Extron Introduces Definitive Guide to Collaboration System Design

Extron Introduces Definitive Guide to Collaboration System Design

Anaheim, California (July 18, 2018) – Extron is pleased to introduce the Extron Collaboration Systems Design Guide. This guide illustrates how Extron technology can be used to create modern workspaces and meeting rooms that facilitate collaboration. Our open systems architecture integrates easily with market-leading unified communication technologies and offers a one-touch user experience for conferencing, collaboration, and control. Through our technology partnerships, we can extend Extron control capabilities to spaces that use Zoom, Cisco, Logitech, and many other popular providers. In addition, we have the system design experience, critical customer support, and enterprise software solutions to help ensure your success.

“With the rise in collaborative environments, AV integrators are facing new challenges and opportunities integrating properly designed and equipped collaborative systems,” says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Extron. “Our new Collaboration Systems Design Guide is a comprehensive resource that shows how technology can harness the power of collaboration for successful, effective collaborative meeting spaces.”

Inside the Collaboration Systems Design Guide, you’ll find information about room scheduling and AV resource management tools, wired, and wireless AV platforms, and how Extron partners with with leading communications technology providers for system flexibility. Extron Design Guides are useful, in-depth technical and practical resources for system designers and integrators addressing key AV system technologies including digital video, videowall implementation, fiber optics, AV streaming, and control system design. Each Guide offers comprehensive understanding of Extron product as well as roles they play with their respective applications. Extron Design Guides are free and available upon request or via PDF download on the Extron site.

For more information about the Collaboration Systems Design Guide, or to request your copy today, click here.