BenQ Joins the Azure Certified Device Program to Help Users Find the Right Device for IoT Solutions

  • BenQ
  • 2021-03-03

TAIPEI, TAIWAN, March 3, 2021- BenQ is pleased to announce that we have joined the Azure Certified Device program, ensuring customers get IoT solutions up and running quickly with hardware and software that has been pre-tested and verified to work with Azure IoT.

  

BenQ joins the Azure Certified Device Program to help users find the right device for IoT solutions
The advantage of using certified devices

In the pursuit of simplifying and accelerating IoT projects, companies are looking for effective ways to choose and connect the right set of devices, assets, or sensors to the cloud. To jumpstart IoT projects with confidence, customers are looking for certified devices and platforms that are tested for readiness, compatibility, and usability. By choosing an Azure certified device, you can save time and effort on project specs and RFP processes by knowing in advance what devices and offerings will work with Azure IoT.

 

 

Certified to run with Microsoft Azure: DuoBoard

Both the BenQ DuoBoard interactive boards and OPS slot-in PCs have been tested for functionality and interoperability, ensuring that these BenQ devices have used the Microsoft reference configuration. This decreases the amount of customization and additional work required to guarantee system compatibility.

 

 

The DuoBoard is BenQ’s corporate interactive display designed for collaboration. With the DuoBoard, teams can easily do cloud whiteboarding, wireless presentations, and video conferencing all on one device. Equipped with a BenQ slot-in PC, teams can fully utilize Windows features directly from their display.

 

 

“BenQ takes pride in our partnership with Microsoft,” says Claire Huang, Director of BenQ's Cloud Innovation Center. “Having both the DuoBoard and our slot-in PCs be part of the Azure Certified Device program reinforces BenQ’s commitment to our corporate customers and allows them to seamlessly fulfill their IoT project requirements.”