InFocus Corp. announced its 70-inch Mondopad Ultra touchscreen collaboration system, an all-in-one video-conferencing, interactive whiteboarding, presentation and data-sharing display for teams. Mondopad allows team members in multiple locations to see and hear one another while brainstorming on a shared whiteboard, and to collaboratively edit documents and draw directly onscreen. Documents can be saved to the system, stored to the network or emailed to anyone directly from the device. The 4K high-definition screen resolution provides four times the detail of a 1080p HD display. The Mondopad features a sixth-generation Intel Core i7-6700T processor and Q170 chipset, 8 GB memory, and a 256 GB solid state hard drive. www.infocus.com
Spectra Logic expanded its BlackPearl P Series of storage, which more than triples the throughput and number of tape drives managed compared to the standard BlackPearl S Series.
The P Series can store more than 1 billion objects, transfer up to 3,000 MBps sustained to disk or tape, and manage 20 or more linear tape-open (LTO)-7 tape drives, paving the way for future generations of LTO and TS tape drives. The P Series offers a 10-serial-attached-SCSI solid state drive with 960 GB SSD cache. www.spectralogic.com
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