ScreenBeam, provider of wireless projection and collaboration solutions, presents its offer aimed especially at the work and corporate environment, which was affected by the pandemic.

“Something we observed about work environments was that obviously during the pandemic everyone went to work remotely, a year and a half ago the return to the office began, and this year that return has been stronger,” said to ITseller Benny Sterental, director of business development for ScreenBeam for Latin America. “The office becomes more of a collaboration center, so companies are opening their offices, they are creating more collaboration spaces and that is leading to considering investments in equipment that will help enable people in that collaboration. In addition, there are a convergence between audio and video and the IT group, until not many years ago the entire video part was handled by independent IT resources with all their own resources,” he added.

ScreenBeam’s director of business development argues that companies are still unclear about the future of work, that “the pendulum is swinging back,” and will find a middle ground between people who work remotely and those who do it in person in their offices. “It is now beginning to become a little clearer for organizations that have to invest in technology and renew their collaboration spaces,” said Sterental.

The company was born with the objective of solving wireless connectivity problems for collaboration. “The entire company is focused on properly understanding the problems of users, when they enter a space to collaborate and how they share content,” said Sterental, who also referred to the alliance they had with Intel when they started with the development of this technology.

“We offer much more stable connections, the fidelity of the projection is higher and the latency that must exist is imperceptible to the user.”

About ScreenBeam’s offering, its products are designed to be easy to install and operate by technology equipment, and very easy to use for users. “Something that makes our difference is, for example, that the user does not have to install anything on their device to be able to make a regular wireless projection. All they have to do is activate the native capability of the device they are using, whether it’s a PC, MAC, iPhone or Android device. You have nothing to learn, nothing to install. The issue of simplicity for users is very important,” explained the business development director of ScreenBeam. “We try to provide a very stable communication experience. In conjunction with Microsoft, we developed an implementation of Miracast focused on the corporate market, which allows channels to be dedicated to wireless communication, separate from network management,” he added.