By ET Bureau - June 09, 2022 3 Mins Read
Optoma, a world-leading manufacturer of large visual display products and the #1 DLP brand worldwide, today announced its cloud version of the Optoma Management Suite (OMS)™, an intuitive display management solution, powered by Microsoft Azure, to streamline operations by monitoring, diagnosing, and controlling audio visual displays worldwide via a single platform.
Complimenting Optoma’s award-winning display products, the OMS remote management solution is compatible with other displays that are connected via PJLink, enabling easy integration into existing display fleets while offering differing levels of access and control for users, ensuring devices are securely managed.
“The collaboration with Optoma and Microsoft marks an important milestone in our IoT business’ partnership and boosts Optoma’s capabilities to focus on end customers and IoT operations at scale,” notes Jenna Lee, Head of Asia Technical Sales – Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions at Microsoft. “In strengthening our IoT partnership with Optoma through Azure IoT services, we aim to serve and empower Optoma’s IoT ambitions to enhance existing businesses, develop new opportunities at the global scale, and bring the best IoT solutions to the market.”
With an easy-to-use interface and 24/7, real-time monitoring, OMS enables users to check the status of display devices and make configurations to optimize performance. IT administrators and technicians can easily dispatch and broadcast emergency messages, alerts, and announcements across any display worldwide. Additionally, users can also remotely program and schedule devices for usage only during primary operating hours, as well as implement immediate shutdown for emergencies, reducing energy consumption, and lowering operating costs.
“Our exciting and collaborative partnership with Microsoft represents an instrumental step to expand Optoma’s portfolio and elevate the customer experience by offering turnkey, reliable software solutions, in addition to our award-winning large displays, stated Allen Pestell, Head of Product Marketing at Optoma. “By leveraging the strength of Microsoft’s Azure IoT platform, customers can collect data and evaluate insights to effectively manage and control their displays worldwide, providing scalable, secure solutions and long-term sustainability.”
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