Recently, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) officially issued 5G commercial licenses to China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom and China Broadcasting Network Corporation Ltd, marking 2019 the first year of 5G in commercial use. 5G, the fifth-generation mobile communication technology, is an advanced solution integrating new and existing wireless access technologies, and also a technological advancement delivering ultra-fast data transmission.
Technological development can greatly affect the way a corporate runs its businesses. Paper documents, computers, and projectors used to dominate meetings. However, with the network upgrade and growing network service capability, corporate meetings are getting intelligent, and the Horion super interactive flat panel is a leading player in this new trend. In the upcoming 5G era, what will happen to future corporate meetings?
The groundbreaking 5G technology brings the conventional conference interaction through audio and video with a new level—a multidimensional interaction integrating video, voice, IM, data and media.
Remote collaboration becomes a trend in corporate meetings
Remote video conference will be a popular alternative to face-to-face communication. Deeply aware of this trend, Horion joined hands with Huawei, the 5G operation standard setter, to incorporate its cloud conference software to take the lead to tap into the video conference market.
The 5G technology creates favorable conditions for remote interaction and collaboration. Specifically, the 5G technology provides more reliable, shorter latency, and higher quality network connection for remote audio and video conferences.
It avoids delays and poor connection and ensures smooth audio and video transmission, to bring the convenience of telecommuting to more companies.
Cross screen interaction becomes a new trend
With 5G enabling IoT, the information sharing and communication efficiency of the Horion super interactive flat panel will be further improved. 5G, more than ten times faster than 4G, will bring faster uploading and downloading speed, and seamless cross-screen interaction between mobile phones, pads, computers, and interactive flat panels. In other words, sharing screen with Horion products can be done in the blink of an eye.
Also, the meeting minutes on the whiteboard software can also be saved by simply scanning the QR code. Even large engineering files can be quickly transferred to personal devices for later use.
As the 5G technology reshapes the landscape the future office, Horion super interactive flat panel embraces its opportunity to connect personal office devices and usher in the mobile office era. 5G opens a new door for smart meetings, and let us find out what surprises the future ahead of us.