Mersive adds broad support for laptops and peripherals in Solstice Conference update

Mersive has announced the relaunch of its Solstice Conference, the update includes support for laptops and peripherals.

The software release also includes a redesigned user application to improve ease of use and streamline meeting workflows. 

Since its release last year, Solstice Conference has provided a Bring Your Own Meeting (BYOM) room system that delivers agnostic room support for all laptop-based video conferencing services, a touchless one-step meeting start, wireless connectivity to room audio/video peripherals, and multi-participant content sharing.

The newest release, Solstice 5.3, expands upon these capabilities to deliver broader market coverage. Solstice 5.3 uses  less network bandwidth and host laptop processing power and offers full support for more laptops, including many laptops with i5 processors, supporting a wider range of users. 

With Solstice Conference, Mersive has moved from a purely in-room AV system to a UC solution that provides full support for remote connectivity. To achieve this, Mersive has partnered with conference AV manufacturers including Logitech, Yamaha, Huddly, QSC, Avonic, and more.

A Solstice Conference room consists of a Solstice Pod connected to a room display and AV peripherals and uses the conferencing apps running on users’ laptops. Solstice provides touchless, one-step meeting start automation through calendar integration, automatically launching the meeting through the users’ conferencing application of choice – including Zoom, Teams, and Webex.

Solstice Conference is included for one year with every new Solstice Pod and is available after the first year through a Solstice Subscription. It is available on Mersive’s Gen3 Solstice Pod hardware platform and can be accessed on existing Gen3 Solstice Pods by installing the Solstice 5.3 software update.

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