Kramer’s latest version of its advanced wireless presentation and collaboration platform, VIA 3.0 has been released. This software update offers features such improved UI/UX, better VC support and increased security.
You can also expect to find a refreshed user experience and interface across all VIA platforms including its web portal and client applications. The intuitive layout has enhanced user workflows for those all to familiar virtual meetings, such as remote working and hybrid learning environments.
The addition of Kramer’s VIA Versa functionality, lets participants hold meetings from their own device. Using their preferred video-conferencing session from Zoom, or Teams, or Google Meet, users can remotely connect and control over Wifi with local devices, including microphones, speakers and other video conferencing AV peripherals. VIA Versa has now been added to the VIA Campus models of the family and has been enhanced with additional audio and video selection options for higher flexibility.
VIA makes it simple to live stream sessions to all the leading platforms, like YouTube, Kaltura, and Panopto. Educators as well as presenters enjoy will benifit fro the new RTMP/RTMPS protocol support out of the VIA box.
Looking at the back end of the system, VIA Site Management (VSM) has also been revamped to offer a new user experience, with a lot of great additions for easier and faster VIA device configuration and supervision. Much focus has been put on redesigning the Digital Signage module which now offers simple scheduling of dynamic content, intuitive drag and drop usage, and a more visual orientation – guiding the user through the experience, highlighting key steps and interactivity points.
Introducing VIA GO2
In addition to the VIA 3.0 software updates, Kramer has also just launched VIA GO2, replacing its existing VIA GO. The ultra-compact VIA GO2 packs a powerful 4K HDMI output and secure content sharing, and is the smallest wireless presentation device available, perfect for hidden installation behind displays.
Easy wireless sharing is enabled from any device by using either the VIA app, a web browser such as Chrome or FireFox, or simply using standard Miracast or Airplay protocols, directly from the built-in wireless capabilities of the VIA device.
The move to VIA Site Management on Cloud
Configuration and connectivity for all device and platform management has also been moved to the cloud with the arrival of VSM on Cloud. This maintains the same great features of being able to monitor and manage multiple VIA devices simultaneously from a central location. No VPN is required when having devices spread over different physical locations or different networks worldwide. The move from a server to the cloud removes the need to host a local server in the customer’s data centre and is a more cost-effective option for businesses.
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