Lenovo will demonstrate its set of meeting space solutions that include the new Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 700 platform. It is also investing in collaborations and technologies for making meeting spaces evolve with time, considering relevant issues.
There are four main objectives of the Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 700 hardware and software. By its help, local and remote users will be able to quickly connect and share simultaneously, be it from a wired device or a wireless one.
Secondly, the platform features intelligent hardware bearing sensors to detect participants in the room and to easily pair devices. It also comes with Dolby Audio Speaker System (having enhanced speakers co-designed by Lenovo and Dolby) that offers loud and clear audio.
Last but not the least, the platform provides seamless support for unified communication platforms such as Zoom, Skype for Business and BlueJeans.
Comfier the workplace, more is the effectiveness of any work. According to studies, 90% of today’s businesses are planning to transform workplaces. Also, it is estimated that more than 50% employees will expect to work in smart offices by 2023.
This is also echoed by Christian Teismann, senior VP, and GM, Lenovo Commercial Business Segment.
The ThinkSmart Hub portfolio is a major step in driving better employee engagement and enabling smarter business. – Christian Teismann, senior VP, and GM, Lenovo Commercial Business Segment
Alongside the Lenovo Hub 700 platform, Lenovo will additionally demonstrate the all-in-one ThinkSmart Hub 500 that is designed to support the infrastructure of Skype Room Systems. The list also consists of Intel Unite and ThinkCentre Tiny desktop solution that brings in-room wireless sharing across devices.
The tech brand invites to its presentation at booth #N3320 in North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Centre. Infocomm 2018 will take place between June 6-8.