Solstice Kepler will add a whole new dimension to workspace planning and optimisation by providing key insights on how meeting rooms and team spaces are used. Kepler allows AV and IT teams to view data including proactive alerts, real-time status, usage data, and other valuable meeting analytics at various levels of specificity or aggregation. These insights can inform the organisation’s workplace technology and space planning/utilisation decisions. Solstice Kepler is currently in Beta and will be made generally available in June.
Mersive is also launching version 3.3 of the Solstice Pod software, which includes several enterprise level enhancements such as 802.1x support and API-based integration with additional room scheduling systems. Solstice Pod already supports native integration with Microsoft Outlook so this enhancement enables support for a broader array of calendaring systems, such as Google Calendar, through the API. Generally speaking, Mersive invites third party developers to integrate with Solstice through its open API.
According to Mersive CEO Rob Balgley, “Numerous Mersive customers are deploying Solstice on a large scale, connecting pods to hundreds of displays throughout a global organisation or a large university campus. Solstice is not only the best platform for wirelessly sharing content from multiple devices onto a single screen, but also the most enterprise scalable solution. Customers can easily and securely expand their deployment of Solstice pods to hundreds of workspace displays across a large campus or international business while centrally managing them from a single console. Solstice Kepler and Solstice Pod Release 3.3 enhance the capabilities we offer customers at every level of deployment, in the room and at the enterprise management level.”
Mersive will be exhibiting the new Solstice Kepler and Solstice v3.3 innovations at UC Expo, London ExCeL, May 16-17, stand D125, and the SCHOMS annual conference in York, England on 23 May 2018.