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TouchShare, Inc. Joins the Authorized Reseller Program for Perceptive Pixel by Microsoft Devices

PASADENA, CA--(Marketwired - April 11, 2014) - TouchShare (formerly known as TouchTable, Inc.), the leader in next-generation geospatial collaboration solutions, is proud to announce its recognition as an authorized reseller of Perceptive Pixel by Microsoft (PPI) multi-touch devices. Through this partnership, TouchShare will continue to offer best-of-breed hardware platforms to complement its flagship geospatial collaboration software. This partnership will enhance the way in which corporations and organizations interact, analyze and share data among local and distributed teams.

"This is an exciting step for TouchShare," said Bob Pette, TouchShare CEO. "Since the origins of our first geospatial collaboration system, named the TouchTable, our company has been at the forefront of the multi-touch space. As a PPI authorized reseller, we can continue to deliver industry-leading hardware and software solutions that redefine collaboration, communication and understanding during briefings, planning, and critical situations." 

As a company focused on an optimal group collaboration and data interaction, TouchShare looks to extend its product offering by providing premium collaborative environments for individuals, small groups and distributed teams. Perceptive Pixel by Microsoft devices come in a range of formats that will allow TouchShare's multi-touch collaborative software to be used effectively in command centers, conference rooms and individuals at desktops. PPI Devices feature:

- Optically bonded glass to sensor for a better picture and less parallax

- Projective capacitive sensors for more pristine and accurate touch response

- Unlimited touches and smart sensor capabilities (i.e. palm rejection)

- Low latency and improved responsiveness across small, medium and large format systems

"Effective collaboration should involve all of your people and tap into all of your senses, including touch," said Bob Pette. "With the exponential growth in volume and variety of data, we're surrounded by information yet starving for insights. TouchShare addresses this challenge by giving everyone, regardless of physical location, the ability to filter and fuse the 'right' data to make the 'right' decision so teams can interact with the data more naturally or intuitively."

During the upcoming GEOINT Symposium in Tampa, FL, April 14-17th, 2014, (www.geoint2013.com), TouchShare will have a range of Microsoft hardware devices on display (booth #4045). These will be operating in conjunction with a range of GIS-based software applications from TouchShare, including tech previews of forthcoming 3D clients and 2D browser-based clients. These applications, in conjunction with the Microsoft hardware, will revolutionize the way in which Geospatial Intelligence users collectively share and make decisions based on geospatial information.

Please contact us at [email protected] for more information, or to arrange a demonstration or meeting. 

About TouchShare

TouchShare, Inc. designs, develops and integrates the industry's leading geospatial collaboration solutions that enable teams to visualize, interact, manipulate, and share data from any device, anywhere, to bring clarity to complex situations. With customers in the Defense and Intelligence, Energy, Public Safety, Homeland Security, Telecommunications and Health and Human Services fields, the TouchShare family of products provide a rich environment for collaboration through intuitive interactivity, high definition 3D visualization, and data fusion. TouchShare is headquartered in Pasadena, California. Learn more at http://www.touchshare.com or [email protected].

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