HP Presence is a disaggregated video conferencing solution that scales from small huddle rooms to large conference rooms, making sure everyone can be heard and seen, and in control of their calls.
Conference rooms come in many shapes and sizes, which makes it challenging to buy an appropriately sized conference solution, that can also be difficult to configure. HP Presence has a range of center-of-room-control units, mics, cameras, and soundbars to help customers configure the right system to meet their needs. Controlling calls in conference rooms is traditionally difficult. Knowing when you're on mic or mute, or controlling cameras, or sharing screens with remote participants has been hard.
•HP Presence is meant to scale from small huddle rooms with 2 participants to large conference rooms. To do this, it has the smallest possible footprint and low profile to blend in and not distract. It also needs to use classic forms since many conference devices stay in the room for 5+ years, The color choice is intentionally black to not distract, with LEDs on the center of room control and remote mics to indicate when the mic is listening.
•Rooms of all sizes: Conference rooms come in many shapes and sizes, which makes it challenging to buy an appropriately sized conference solution, that can also be difficult to configure. HP Presence has a range of center-of-room-control units, mics, cameras, and soundbars to help customers configure the right system to meet their needs. • users like the low profile, small size; flexible and secure mounting on table or wall; • The color coded cables make it easy to install without a trained installation technician, a secure cable cover prevents theft of cables, and unique cable retention features keep cables from pulling out.
The table top camera is a cube that is motorized to rotate when closed. The soundbar camera uses the speaker grille as a their shutter to reveal the camera when on. It's not just that the shutters are closed, but that the users have visual confirmation from the position and motor-driven movement. •The center of room control is shaped like a prism, so that one side is the screen, the other, a speaker, with microphones in each corner. The screen is angled on the face of the prism so that users can share It and see it easily wheather standing, seated or stooped over the screen. It also has a unique presentation feature that makes sure local audiences can see presentations and video in native resolution without any compression, so everyone gets the full picture.