Designed for huddles spaces and small meeting rooms, HubVC supports video conferencing apps Zoom, Webex, and MS Teams - so that teams can interchangeably switch between different VC applications to support meetings on any VC platform.
T1V has officially launched its HubVC collaboration software - a simple collaboration board where teams can wirelessly share devices, whiteboard, and video conference - all at the same time. HubVC is being introduced to T1V’s collaboration family of products as a low-cost, easy-to-use collaboration solution designed for small meeting rooms and huddle spaces, and that touts total interoperability across its three key features.
HubVC supports up to four simultaneous device streams to the Hub. As part of T1V’s collaboration platform, HubVC leverages the same AirConnect device app as ThinkHub, the company’s flagship collaboration solution. AirConnect enables participants - whether in-room or remote - to wirelessly share their device screens, and view, digitally point, and control the Hub. The AirConnect app supports iOS, macOS, Windows, Android, and Linux devices, and is free to download at t1v.com/AirConnect.
Meeting participants have license to create unlimited whiteboards on the HubVC, along with basic annotation toolset to provide real-time feedback on content. Participants have access to a range of annotation pen weights and colors to illustrate concepts and mock-up on-screen content, including any shared device streams.
Finally, HubVC supports a variety of video conferencing applications - with Zoom and Microsoft Teams available now, and Webex coming soon (late Q4 2019). T1V applied the same ‘agnostic’ approach to HubVC that is applies to all of its software solutions, in that the solution is flexible and designed to work with the software tools that teams already have in place.
Adam Loritsch, T1V EVP of Sales and Marketing, says, “HubVC addresses a huge challenge we are seeing in the meeting room space: rooms are built for a single video conferencing solution, with little flexibility to work with teams who operate on a different video conferencing solution.” He continues, “We built HubVC as a low-cost collaboration board that doesn’t lock organizations into a single VC ecosystem. Now, with the single tap of a button, teams can launch a Zoom, Webex, or Teams call all from the same collaboration board, easing the struggle to connect and collaborate with teams across different video conferencing platforms.”
HubVC is integration friendly, supporting several deployment options. HubVC can currently be purchased from T1V as an all-in-one bundle with choice of a 65”, 75”, or 86” touch display with HubVC device and Logitech Meetup camera. The HubVC device can also be purchased as a standalone device to be paired with the touchscreen of choice. As a third alternative, HubVC is also available for non-touch displays, which would include a HubVC device and a 10” HubVC control panel. The integration options support new room builds, or can be a way to retrofit rooms with existing displays (whether touch or non-touch).