Lightware Visual Engineering Expands Integration Partnerships

Lightware Visual Engineering, the Budapest, Hungary-based signal management specialist serving the global AV community for more than 25 years, announced the expansion of the company’s integration partnership initiative with global industry players: ADI Icron, Utelogy Corporation and Xyte. The program, made possible through Lightware’s open API capabilities, provides customers with unprecedented creative opportunities to design and build exceptional, best-in-class collaboration solutions, says Lightware.

Gergely Vida, CEO of Lightware, said, “After years of successful cooperation with Cisco’s Webex room devices, Lightware is now extending the full capabilities of its solutions through a number of major integration partners. Lightware’s devices offer seamless integration and allow users to bring simple, consistent controls into room applications, allowing them to extend, extend and share signals more easily than ever before. Together with other far-sighted industry players, we can deliver a flexible, consistent, and seamless user experience in all types of rooms, from boardrooms and video conferencing rooms to smart classrooms and meeting spaces. collaborative.

Lighting + ADI Icon

The Taurus UCX solution, Lightware’s USB-C with the powerful combination of ADI Icron (part of Analog Devices), pushes the limits of USB signal extension. Vida explains, “The future of meeting room connectivity is USB, and Lightware has developed its USB solutions to meet the growing demand in this area. We’re also leading the way when it comes to educating the global AV audience about the possibilities USB offers, to simplify the transmission of audio, video, control, and Ethernet signals made possible with USB-C. Since Icron is a market leader in USB technology and components, it was obvious to team up with them to pursue our common goal of simplifying signal management over USB.

Lightware + Cisco

As a Cisco Solutions Plus Partner, Lightware’s API capabilities enable seamless device integration. For example, the open API allows users to enhance Cisco Touch 10 and Room Navigator with additional button widgets and sliders from Lightware. Project-specific Lightware bundles can also be customized to optimize a Cisco Webex room to meet any need, scope, and budget.

“Lightware devices are in hundreds of Cisco-powered meeting rooms around the world and serve a wide range of operations,” Vida says. “Deeper integration allows users to bring simple, consistent controls into any Cisco room application, allowing them to extend, expand, and exchange signals more easily than ever before.” We look forward to continuing this collaboration and working together to advance the audiovisual industry. »

Lightware + Utelogy Corporation

Utelogy, the provider of meeting room monitoring and management solutions; together, with Lightware’s open API, takes the transparency and visibility of meeting room equipment to a whole new level. “Utelogy’s U-Automate solution allows users to easily monitor and troubleshoot their meeting room configurations remotely,” comments Vida. “Based on the information provided by the Lightware device – down to the chipset level – they are able to remotely identify and resolve issues that could otherwise compromise customer operations by unnecessarily delaying meetings.”

Lighting + Xyte

Xyte, the meeting room monitoring and management software provider with a particular focus on cloud-based solutions as well as HaaS (Hardware-as-a-Service). Vida says, “Xyte’s monitoring solutions provide real-time information to their users so they always know what’s going on in their AV systems. This detailed information and data is pulled directly from Lightware devices deployed at customer sites and meeting rooms.