In this video, Mersive Founder and CTO Christopher Jaynes gives an overview of Solstice and its features, from the easy drag-and-drop user interface to different content sharing modes and security settings. Solstice is deployed on an existing network, using existing resources, and is available as a software download for Windows or loaded onto a small form factor appliance – the Solstice Pod.
With a Solstice-enabled wireless display in the room, any number of users can instantly connect, share and control the display, fostering wireless collaboration and decision-making. Solstice wireless presentation system supports iOS mirroring via AirPlay. Solstice also supports wireless screen mirroring of Android, Windows, and Mac devices. Enhance the way you collaborate in your conference rooms, huddle rooms, wireless classrooms, study halls, or any other room where you share content and ideas.
Solstice hosts with Enterprise Edition licenses may be deployed, updated, monitored and managed via the free Solstice Dashboard. The Dashboard can be installed on any Windows machine running on the same network as the Solstice hosts, so many IT administrators choose to deploy it on the same machine they are using as the Solstice Discovery Service (SDS) host.
This Solstice training video covers:
Main Solstice System Components:
- Client Software for Windows, Mac OS, iOS, or Android user devices (download laptop apps here)
- Host software (Pod or Windows Software)
- Display with HDMI input
- Network (see Network Deployment Guide for full details)
3 forms of content sharing:
- Share desktop
- Share application
- Share media
Easy control over the drag-and-drop user interface:
- Click and drag to arrange shared content
- Cross control shared media
- Other control including stacking content, moving content to the docking area, and zooming in and out
Different modes and security settings:
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