UC Workspace’s new UCC product is called WEAV; more information is near the bottom of this product announcement but read this first to understand its positioning.UC Workspace jumped on the scene a few years ago with a universal UX for all collaboration boards. Called Quicklaunch, it’s the maiden product of UC Workspace that allows users to securely start a meeting or digital call, regardless of collaboration platform, with a single click. Once in a meeting, users can use Quicklaunch to control virtually every aspect of the meeting as well as launch apps and access and share files. Quicklaunch supports all the major meeting provider tools such as Skype and Zoom as well as a broad array of hardware from manufacturers such as Avocor, NEC and Dell. After a meeting is over, Quicklaunch securely erases residual content from the meeting room computer, making Quicklaunch the first choice for highly secure and regulated environments.New features and benefits of Quicklaunch version 4.0 include:Functional enhancements to Tabbed and Flat modeAdded meeting provider features and supportNumerous additional meeting control settingsNew capture card and camera supportConfiguration and integration with UC Central and WEAV (in preview — see more below)UC CentralSo, that brings us to UC Central, which is a cloud-based meeting room control and insights hub that will help customers monitor and control their meeting rooms while providing insights that will help them maximize meeting space utilization and productivity.Features and benefits of UC Central include:Centrally control the settings all Quicklaunch enabled rooms across an organizationMonitor the health of meeting rooms and connected devicesControl the settings of a limited set of meeting room devicesMonitor and report on space utilization and meeting metricsMonitor and report on apps used in meeting roomsReads and controls settings from devices such as room occupancy and temperature sensorsProvides and extensible, scalable and secure integration and management platform for a wide range of hardware and software peripheralsWatch this video to get more details on UC Central, which is now in preview mode:WEAVWEAV is a category-defining new product that will reshape digital sharing in the enterprise and very well could be a true game-changer. WEAV was designed to be the most flexible way of sharing screens and content, providing a revolutionary form of interaction, woven experiences.We at rAVe think this may be the best new product to come to the UCC space since Zoom Video made its debut!Features and benefits of WEAV include:Flexibility to share content, files and screens from any device on any platformCreate woven experiences with or without an appSharing participant self-discoveryAbility to share local, network or cloud-based filesScreen sharing with annotationRich woven user experience including features such asShared keyboardsTouch throughTouch backTouch forwardMagic wand (presentation highlighting)Now in preview mode, find out more about WEAV here, or watch this video:WEAV will be available in preview starting February 11th. For more information on everything UC Workspace is showing at ISE 2020, go here.Here’s a video we shot of WEAV from UC Workspace at ISE 2020:
“I think my hand fighting skills and just me getting to my attacks were key. Just making sure my defense was perfect too, and it worked out pretty well for me,” Steveson said. “Compared to last year when I took second it feels real good. I’m excited. From here, we just keep pushing forward.”McKee, who also punched his ticket to U.S. Bank Stadium, earned victories in the round of 16 and the quarterfinals before losing an 11-3 major decision to Ohio State’s Luke Pletcher in the semifinal round. McKee did not participate Sunday due to injury but will be ready for the NCAA Championships, according to Eggum. Lee also found himself in the consolation bracket after a tight 4-1 loss to Iowa’s Pat Lugo in the semifinal round. Making his way to the third place match, Lee lost in another narrow 3-0 decision, this time to Nebraska’s Collin Purinton, to take fourth. Skatzka beat a familiar foe in Nebraska’s Mikey Labriola twice over the weekend during his run, the second of which was an 8-3 decision in the fifth place match. With only the NCAA Championships remaining, Steveson and the Gophers now turn their eyes toward U.S. Bank Stadium.“I feel real good right now, just take it day by day like I’ve always said. This tournament is a stepping stone to a bigger thing,” Steveson said. “I’ve never ran from anything and this is just my one step to being [in] a national championship.” Steveson wins heavyweight title as Gophers take eighth at the Big Ten ChampionshipsEight Gophers have qualified for the NCAA Championships.Liam ArmstrongSophomore Gable Steveson celebrates after a winning a match during the meet against Nebraska at the Maturi Pavilion on Friday, Feb. 21. Nolan O’HaraMarch 10, 2020Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintA year removed from his second place finish at the Big Ten Championships, top-ranked sophomore Gable Steveson returned to take the heavyweight crown, knocking off previously undefeated Mason Parris of Michigan in the finals. Steveson led the way for the Gopher wrestling team, which placed eighth at the Big Ten Championships. In all, five Gophers earned spots on the podium: Steveson (champion), senior Mitch McKee (sixth), redshirt freshman Brayton Lee (fourth), redshirt senior Devin Skatzka (fifth) and redshirt senior Hunter Ritter (eighth). Also placing for the Gophers were redshirt sophomore Bailee O’Reilly and senior Owen Webster, who came in ninth and 11th in their respective weight classes. Steveson, McKee, Lee and Skatzka have all earned automatic bids to the NCAA Championships March 19-21. “As a team we wanted to finish a lot higher,” said head coach Brandon Eggum. “Some guys did some great things, got a Big Ten championship out of Gable Steveson, so that was exciting, but ultimately we’re just hoping we can get a couple more of the wild card spots, bring a few more guys to the nationals and have a good weekend here in a week and a half.” Steveson’s championship run began with a quick pin of Rutgers’ Alex Esposito in the quarterfinal round. With the win, Steveson advanced to the semifinal round where he won the rematch with Iowa’s Tony Cassioppi in a 9-4 decision. Steveson previously beat Cassioppi in a 7-5 decision on Feb. 15. With Steveson and Parris both advancing to the finals Sunday, the much anticipated match between two undefeated heavyweights had finally arrived. Steveson struck first with a pair of takedowns in the first period with Parris scoring off escapes, making it a 4-2 match. Parris added the only point in the second off an escape to bring himself within one. Starting on bottom in the third, Steveson quickly added an escape point of his own and landed his third takedown of the match to give himself breathing room. Steveson gave up a takedown late, but Parris wasn’t able to get the second takedown needed to send the match to sudden victory.
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