InfoComm 2019: Will we see you in Orlando?

By Robin Raulf-Sager

There are a few things we can count on when it comes to Orlando in June. The first is rain, the second is humidity (lots!), and the third is InfoComm (every other year).  Nonetheless, we’re looking forward to the show, where we’ll have our latest and greatest solutions on display. You can find us in booth 3681, and as with every InfoComm, you can expect some exciting news from Logitech Video Collaboration.

Since last year’s show in Vegas, we introduced Logitech Tap for Google Cloud, Microsoft, and Zoom. If you haven’t seen Tap already, you’ll want to check it out. Video calls have never been easier – just one tap, and you’re in your meeting. You can order Tap in pre-configured packages for small, medium and large meeting rooms, featuring Logitech MeetUp, Logitech Rally and Logitech Rally Plus.

Beyond Our Booth

Our partners are key to our success, and one of the things we love about InfoComm is the time we get to spend with them at the show.  At last count, we noticed nearly 40 Logitech partners on the InfoComm roster, and we’re looking forward to seeing our products in action in many of their booths.

One thing we’re looking forward to is joining our friends in the Google Cloud booth (no. 4481) June 12 and 13 at 2 p.m., where Rishi Kumar will be discussing  Logitech Room Solutions for Google Meet.  We are also honored to participate in the following Avixa education sessions, all of which take place in Room W304H:

  • Joan Vandermate will join “The Impact of AI and Machine Learning on the Future of UCC.” The session takes place June 12 at 11:30 am.
  • Joan will also participate in the session focused on “Selecting the Right UCC Peripherals” June 13 at noon.
  • Matt Jordan will be presenting “Streaming for Noobz: Business Streaming Insights from the Gamer Community” June 13 at 10 am.
  • Jason Moss will take part in the “Scalable Meeting Room Design” session on June 13 at 1:30 pm.

We’re ready for another great show, and we hope to see you in Orlando! And lastly, for what it’s worth, I’m also hoping all my talk of rain and humidity will jinx the bad weather. I’m crossing my fingers for some clear skies and sunshine at InfoComm 2019, and I hope you are too!