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Luidia Teams with Sony to Offer Interactive Projector Bundle for Enterprise Mobility
By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Managing Editor
We’ve all heard about the “smart home” concept, but what about a “smart office” designed with interactive tools that keep productivity high and intellectual property secure? There are so many solutions in the market today that further enhance the concept of enterprise mobility that go unnoticed -- until now.
Luidia, provider of eBeam, an innovative tool for enterprise mobility, creates interactive solutions that capture and share ideas for organizations of all sizes, with hundreds of thousands of users across multiple industries and geographies.
Luidia also partners with other leaders in the industry who apply Luidia’s eBeam technology to their latest products. The company’s most recent partnership is with a big player in the industry that is sure to generate some buzz for the interactive company: Sony.
Luidia has officially made the announcement that it has entered an agreement with Sony Electronics Inc. to offer Sony projectors with its Luidia eBeam Edge as a bundled solution to customers. Sony will debut Luidia’s interactive bundle featuring its new line of VPL short throw projectors at InfoComm 2011.
“Luidia can help a global leader like Sony to have a competitive advantage in the growing interactive market,” said Roy Erez, SVP worldwide sales and business development, Luidia. “The combination of our eBeam technology with Sony’s projector line will provide customers with a flexible premium interactive experience. These experiences are key to fostering workplace collaboration and engagement.”
According to the release, the eBeam Edge is the smallest, lightest interactive product on the market and can transform virtually any existing flat surface into an interactive workspace.
Together Luidia and Sony will join forces, reinforcing their goals to transform traditional classrooms and meeting rooms into high-tech spaces. Their combined solution offers enterprise, education and government customers the opportunity to leverage Luidia’s interactive eBeam technology to create, capture and share information, such as meeting notes or lesson plans.
“Luidia’s eBeam Edge is sleek, portable and easy-to-implement,” said Shari Sentlowitz, marketing manager for government and education at Sony. “Sony is excited to leverage Luidia’s expertise in interactivity to provide customers with a new range of capabilities. For Sony, this agreement demonstrates our expanding alliances with interactive technology providers.”
Stefanie Mosca is a Web editor for TMCnet. Previously she worked as a freelance copy editor for Digital Surgeons LLC. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves