Samsung took to the stage at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2024 event in Barcelona to show how its SmartThings platform powers business-focused displays and enables the “future of business connectivity” did.
This includes an expanded partnership between the Korean giant and Cisco, with the announcement of a new 105-inch, 21:9 smart signage QPD-5K screen compatible with Cisco's Room Kit EQ for Microsoft Teams. Ta.
According to Samsung, the QPD-5K's 21:9 aspect ratio optimizes the Front Row experience when using Teams-certified video conferencing devices, such as Cisco's RoomOS-powered systems. This Microsoft Teams Rooms layout is designed to help participants feel equally included and included in the discussion, whether they participate remotely or in person.
“We have entered a new era where hybrid work becomes an integral part of the work experience. Employees must have full functionality while working online,” Samsung Electronics Visual said. said Hung Chun, Executive Vice President of Display Business.
“Our partnership with Cisco allows us to provide our users with an accessible work environment. At the heart of this is a 105-inch QPD-5K display that gives users the feeling of sitting in the same room as their colleagues.”
The QPD-5K display offers a panoramic view, supports multiple windows to display more information, and is compatible with Cisco's Room Bar and Room Kit series, allowing users to easily view cameras, audio, and other Integrate all the video conferencing features you need.
As you might expect, the new QPD-5K is powered by Samsung's Tizen OS. The company retired the Linux-based operating system from its smartphones and wearables in 2021 and closed its Tizen app store at the end of the year, though it updates it twice a year for use on its smart TVs and B2B displays. continuing. The current version is his Tizen 8.0 Public M2, which will be released in October 2023.
There's no word on pricing or availability at this time, but considering the size and features of the QPD-5K screen, it's safe to say it won't be cheap.