Conference Room Collaboration

Connect quickly and effectively with the Intel® NUC.

Your Conference Room Solution

Get your meetings off to a quicker start with easy to use, efficient conference room set ups featuring the Intel® NUC. Stationing an Intel® NUC per conference room ensures faster meeting start-up times and a collaborative experience for attendees, whether they are in the same room or halfway across the world. The ultra small form-factor, graphics capabilities, and low-acoustic footprint of the Intel® NUC enable your meetings to be more focused on your business. Built-in Intel® vPro™ Technology, low-power consumption, and overall reliability ensure minimum impact to your budget and the environment.

The following features of the Intel® NUC enable the ultimate conference room experience:

  • Intel® Core™ i5 vPro™ processor
  • Intel HD Graphics for up to triple display, dual 4k display, or single 5k display support
  • Dual mini DisplayPort* connectors supporting DisplayPort, HDMI* and DVI-D monitors/projectors directly (and VGA via converter)
  • Remote manageability
  • M.2 and 2.5" SSD support for fast power-on and quiet operation
  • GbE LAN and 802.11ac-ready for the fastest wired and wireless collaboration
  • Audio jack for compatibility with on-premise speaker systems
  • 4x4" form factor with VESA mount bracket for inconspicuous placement
  • Worldwide channel availability

No Cables Needed: Intel Unite® Software and the Intel® NUC

Pair the Intel® NUC with Intel Unite® software to enable meeting participants, both in the room and remote, to connect, share, and annotate content simultaneously, regardless of their location. With the simple plug-in/extensible architecture of Intel Unite, IT environments can easily integrate most existing or new conference rooms or collaboration tools into their solution. Intel Unite installed on the Intel® NUC Kit NUC5i5MYHE runs all necessary server elements to manage the Intel Unite experience.

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For more information, contact your Intel representative.

Montage* by DisplayNote Technologies: Meet Smarter, See Clearer, Decide Better

Montage* allows full participation for up to 12 meeting participants, whether they’re across the room or across the world, to wirelessly stream their device to a main meeting room display, eliminating the need to pass cables. Being able to instantly see what's on attendees' screens, reorder, and rearrange how it is presented means users can quickly annotate, analyze, share, and compare information from multiple sources and multiple locations.

With Montage, meeting attendees are all kept on the same page: all content is available on screen, anyone can have their device as the main focus - while being able to switch with a swipe or a click to view every connected device. Easily bring Wireless Presentation, Communication & Collaboration to your conference room by installing a Montage box based off an Intel® NUC board.

Cequens Skype Room System

Cequens Room 4* brings Skype for Business* to your meeting room in 4 minutes or less. 
Room 4 is a modular and DIY meeting room hardware device that instantly extends Microsoft Lync*, Skype for Business*, and Office 365* to the meeting room. With support for USB generic AV devices, Room 4 allows you to use your existing cameras, displays, and AV gear in your Skype Room System. And with support for USB content sharing, HDMI input, AirSharing, and Intel Unite, Room 4 is the ultimate content sharing and collaboration meeting room device.

Native integration with Microsoft Exchange* allows meeting participants to join a scheduled meeting or start impromptu meetings and calls to anyone in your company with one click, with support for your Lync contact list and Contact Groups.

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VDO360

The Clearwater PTZPC* is a cordless conference room that allows a completely new way to outfit your Visual Communications Space.

Uniting the award-winning Compass* camera with an Intel® NUC, VDO360 has solved one of the most vexing issues facing the design of these spaces—where and how to run the cabling. No more worrying about the path the USB cable is going to run—the camera and computer are actually a single unit.