"The Newline and Logitech partnership is a powerful combination. This modular peripheral approach creates a unique solution that will allow us to make a positive impact on more of our customers."
PLANO, Texas (PRWEB) February 28, 2020
Newline Interactive is pleased to announce it is teaming up with Logitech to deliver new bundled video conferencing solutions featuring Newline’s interactive touch panels and Logitech conference room systems. Combining their products into a bundled offering gives people the ability to connect and collaborate with others, both in the same room and across the globe. These new solutions deliver a best-in-class video conferencing experience, as well as support future customer technology needs.
“The Newline and Logitech partnership is a powerful combination. This modular peripheral approach creates a unique solution that will allow us to make a positive impact on more of our customers.” stated Chris Bradford, President of Newline.
The initial bundles come in two different configurations, easily tailored to the customer’s needs. Each will include either the award-winning Newline interactive RS Series or IP Series touch panel paired with a Logitech Meetup and TV Mount XL for Meetup. These bundles will be available through all authorized Newline partners, including distributors, resellers, and system integrators, and you can find more about the products and how to purchase online.
With Newline and Logitech combined, this product team-up allows virtually every room, in every organization, the ability to have interactive videoconferencing at a competitive price point, placing customers on the best path for success.
More about Newline Interactive
Founded in 2012, Newline Interactive provides exceptional experiences to corporations, universities, government agencies, healthcare and schools with their multi-touch interactive panels, accessories, and software. The continual innovation and product development Newline practices result in the company’s reputation as a world-class organization without exception. Find out more at newline-interactive.com.