Datapath introduces Quant application-sharing software

 

Credits : Inavateonthenet

Credits : Inavateonthenet

Datapath has unveiled the Quant application-sharing software for videowall users working in collaborative business environments, along with operation centres and control rooms. Quant allow users to view and share applications, as well as interact and make changes to original source files.

Quant, which can work in stand-alone mode or in conjunction with Datapath’s WallControl 10 software, is being released following the acquisition of its original developers, MOSAIQQ Inc, earlier this year.

Quant has been designed for users to collaborate, assign and delegate tasks instantly, in real-time, without the need for the cloud. Providing interactivity with shared applications, Quant permits application windows to be dragged and dropped between peers or on to a videowall.

Quant also offers simultaneous interactivity within the same application by multiple users, as well as instant synchronisation between peers in a group, including those running videowalls.

The software, which contains patented and patent-pending technology, provides complete security as the user has full control over each application, deciding what to share, with whom, and what permissions are given. Any changes are synchronised instantly, meaning updates made by multiple users are seen as they happen.

Quant is suitable for use in business collaboration, traffic management centres, manufacturing process control centres, utility service operations and security suites.

Quant will be available to purchase as a starter pack, containing the Quant configuration server plus five workstation licences. Additional licences will be available in bundles of five, 10, 25 and 100.

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