The users simply have to place Silex PTE system in the center of the table, sit around it and conduct their local and video meetings in the most natural and productive way. The system comes with the capabilities of both an interactive touchboard and an all-in-one computer, which is perhaps the most organic and well-equipped collaboration tool that enterprises have yet seen. It allows each user around the table to share data from their own devices without the need for a client application, ushering in the Connect Your Own Device (CYOD) trend. The system is available in two options, as Silex PTE Trio, a 3-sided CoT system for six people and as Silex PTE Quattro, a 4-sided CoT system for eight people.
A chief future trend beyond proprietary VC clients is Web RTC—a system agnostic platform that enables video conferencing right from the web browser. It is a technology estimated to cover 20 percent of all video calls by 2020 and with total compatibility with Web RTC already; Silex PTE has the head-start.
At the architectural level, Silex PTE is built to be future-proof, as it provides native compatibility with built-in clients which can be kept up to date. Also, Silex PTE's hardware can maintain itself for at least a five-year period, and at the OS level the system runs Windows10 Pro that upgrades automatically with the release of new updates.
SilexPro is redefining the VC and collaboration frontier with its landmark SilexPTE devices. The company aims to launch a new compact version for the Quattro PTE in the near future. On the global front, there is an aim for expansion through distributors and resellers worldwide. After Australia, APAC, and the MiddleEast, they are currently expanding their sales reach into Europe with an aggressive expansion plan for the U.S. market. Ronald believes in positive disruption and in the ability of the people who want to bring about big changes in the way the business is carried out, and with Silex PTE, Ronald reckons they have done just that.