Ricoh Demonstrating Unified Communications at InfoComm 2015

Allison Correia
Jun 17, 2015

InfoComm 2015 is the largest professional AV trade show in North America, featuring the latest technologies for audio, video, display, projection, lighting and staging, digital signage, conferencing, digital content creation, networking, signal distribution and much more. This year the event started yesterday and continues through Friday, June 19th in Orlando, Florida, bringing in over 980 exhibitors and more than 38,000 attendees from 110+ countries.

Ricoh is at the show through this Friday (at booth 4043) demonstrating an array of new solutions that support rapidly emerging work styles including interactive whiteboards, and portable videoconferencing systems and projectors. The solutions help organizations easily access important, relevant information and collaborate with teams working from home, the office or the road.

Ricoh’s new Interactive Whiteboard D5510 enables presenters to create, edit and share drawings, designs and documents on a 55 inch diagonal HD touchscreen, incorporating interactive content from their PCs, smartphones, tablets or thumb drives. The D5510 was also on display at HIMSS in Chicago this year, demonstrating its usability in the healthcare industry, as it can be integrated with EHR. Serving as a unified communications platform, the whiteboard can also be utilized within the education vertical. Visitors will also get a first look the 65-inch HD RICOH Interactive Whiteboard D6500, set to launch this fall.

D5510 Interactive Whiteboard on display at HIMSS 2015

Ricoh has additional projectors; RICOH PJ S2240, RICOH PJ X2240 and RICOH PJ WX2240, that are high-end, affordable portable projection systems ideal for schools and businesses, displaying images from PCs, cameras, video cameras and DVD players, projecting images of 30 inches to 300 inches diagonal at a range of resolutions. Ricoh also has short-throw projection systems, RICOH PJ X4241N and RICOH PJ WX4241N, capable of displaying an image between 30 and 400 inches diagonal, ideal for education settings. A new desk-edge projection system and new line of brighter standard install projectors are a part of Ricoh’s unified communications portfolio.

These devices reflect the emerging and evolving office where knowledge workers are mobile and want to see and interact with information in different ways. These unified communications tools help drive new, more flexible ways of working, supporting videoconferencing for workers who are remote and overall collaboration.  Matt Sakauchi, Vice President, Visual Communications Group, Ricoh Americas Corporation elaborating saying, “Whether they want their information projected on a wall in front of a crowd, shared globally via an interactive whiteboard, or integrated into a secure on-the-fly videoconferencing session, their information will be working for them, not the other way around. That’s information mobility.”


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