New Extron ShareLink Pro LinkLicense Provides Digital Signage Support
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Anaheim, California (December 2, 2021) - Extron is pleased to announce the immediate availability of a new Digital Signage LinkLicense upgrade for ShareLink Pro Systems. This upgrade allows digital signage content to display on ShareLink Pro devices when users aren’t connected or sharing content. Signage content can be displayed on the ShareLink Pro 1100 and ShareLink Pro 500 using web-based HTML content provided by third-party digital signage providers like Appspace or Seenspire. ShareLink Pro displays can now operate as both collaboration presentation systems as well as digital signage systems that provide customized information, news, or announcements. With our latest LinkLicense enhancement, now you can bring vibrant, dynamic, digital signage to your ShareLink Pro installations.
"We are constantly looking for ways to add more features, increase capabilities, and add flexibility to our products," says Casey Hall, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing at Extron. "With our new Digital Signage LinkLicense, ShareLink Pro Systems now leverage downtime to display dynamic, vibrant content from popular third-party digital signage providers."
ShareLink Pro Wired and Wireless Presentation Systems enable anyone to present content from computers, tablets, or smartphones on a display for easy collaboration. They support simultaneous display of up to four devices including an HDMI-connected device. The HDMI input supports wired devices, including TeamWork Show Me cables for easy source selection. When used with Extron GVE – GlobalViewer Enterprise software, multiple units can be managed across an enterprise or campus. ShareLink Pro's professional capabilities provide easy integration of AV and mobile devices into huddle, meeting, and collaboration spaces.
To learn more about the Digital Signage Support LinkLicense Upgrade for ShareLink Pro Systems, click here.