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Webex Bring Solutions for “New Hybrid” at ISE 2022

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As part of our coverage for Integrated Systems Europe 2022, AVNation’s Rich Fregosa chats with Espen Loberg, VP of Product Management and Strategic Planning for Webex. The company has made numerous advancements and upgrades since the beginning of the pandemic. 

Their stand featured a slew of new solutions designed for today’s new hybrid environment. Webex has expanded its portfolio to include work-from-home devices and new desktop devices. The company also reshaped its room devices series, making it easier to collaborate with remote participants. 

Head over to Webex’s website to learn more about their latest solutions. Check out this video and our entire ISE 2022 coverage right here.

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