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Australia : Christie Showcases Innovative Collaborative and Visual Solutions at Integrate Australia 2014

August 26, 2014



Christie, a global visual and audio technologies company, has joined forces with renowned homegrown audiovisual firm Kramer Electronics to showcase a wide array of innovative collaborative and visual solutions at Integrate Australia 2014, held at Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, August 26-28.

Christie s visually-arresting display at booth F65 will welcome visitors with a demonstration of the new Christie Brio Team and Christie Brio Enterprise, which are being exhibited for the first time in Australia since launching in June. Simple to access with no training required, Christie Brio Team is fully self-contained and does not require access to the local area network. Individuals can quickly connect to the Brio Team unit and wirelessly share information with team members in the same room without needing additional drivers and external dongles.

Those who need to collaborate securely and share high-quality content between multiple locations can rely on the Christie Brio Enterprise, which integrates smoothly into the local area network for access to Internet and network services. Regardless of participants' geographic locations, everyone sees the same information at the same time. Two Christie Brio Enterprise nodes set up at the booth will simulate conference calls between two different locations, to demonstrating its powerful capabilities of sharing audio, high-definition video and whiteboards for greater productivity.

Over at Kramer Electronics booth at C26, visitors can enjoy a stunning demonstration of Christie MicroTiles presented in an array of six units wide by four units high, featuring Christie Interactivity Kit and Christie Jumpstart. Christie MicroTiles offer users with a superb visual display to showcase their products and at the same time, create a unique experience for their potential consumers. The breakthrough design of Christie Interactivity Kit enables multiple users to interact simultaneously with content on Christie MicroTiles by transforming it into a multi-touch surface, while Christie JumpStart automatically recognizes Christie MicroTiles and optimizes the resolution of the display canvas.

One of the biggest highlights at the booth is the new Christie DWU555-GS 1-chip DLP projector featuring laser phosphor illumination, which eliminates the need for lamp and filter replacements while providing 20,000 hours of low-cost operation. With a brightness of 5400 ANSI lumens, small footprint, low-weight, quiet operation and a full suite of lenses, the Christie DWU555-GS is ideal for boardrooms, higher education, houses of worship and smaller location-based entertainment venues.


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Source: TendersInfo (India)


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