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Crestron flexes its muscles

Crestron flexes its muscles
Flex MX

Crestron flexes its muscles

Flex MX offers IoT-based provisioning via the Crestron XiO Cloud service

Workplace technology manufacturer Crestron has unveiled its Flex MX Series to reportedly simplify connection to the room display with just a single cable. Flex MX runs native Microsoft Teams software and provides a BYOD option on the same device to decrease total cost of ownership. As with other Crestron Flex solutions, Flex MX offers IoT-based provisioning via the Crestron XiO Cloud service with remote desktop capability.

Crestron has also announced the release of a user interface update for its table-top meeting and collaboration solution, Crestron Mercury. The new interface features a cleaner, modern design that ‘makes it easier for users to access what they need, with more information on the home page and call screens, including room schedule, status and availability’. The redesigned UI will ship with all new Crestron Mercury units and is available for existing units via a free firmware upgrade. The update has been added to the auto-update for Crestron Mercury and has become the default on all systems. Information on how to install the new UI experience on existing Crestron Mercury units is available via a Crestron Online Help article so technology managers can evaluate it prior to the auto-update. 

Crestron Mercury includes the latest AirMedia 2.0 wireless presentation UI, which provides automatic detection of the web browser and app installation for one-click wired or wireless connectivity and presentation, as well as support for Miracast connectivity to boost collaboration in any meeting space. The update also includes plug-and-play support of Crestron AirBoard for capture, display and sharing of whiteboard content and support for Crestron Certified Drivers to enable control of any display.



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