Hololight Hub

Hololight Hub combines XR apps with streaming for new enterprise ecosystem

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Hololight has launched Hub, its enterprise-focussed centralised app management platform for hosting, streaming, and scaling all AR/VR applications.

Using the web-based platform, users can manage XR applications including a catalog of industrial-grade XR applications, and access and stream the various XR applications through the Hololight Hub interface installed on the AR/VR devices, benefiting from the performance and security provided by Hololight’s streaming technology.

The new platform brings together new partners who will take advantage of the company’s streaming technology for their immersive applications, including Arthur, Frontline, Matsuko, Taqtile and Uptale.

The company says that the new Hub will empower enterprises as they use XR to improve their industrial processes in product development, manufacturing and training, helping them build a ‘future-proof infrastructure for XR and promote new forms of collaboration and digital workflows in 3D’.

“While our streaming technology has always been a significant technological advantage, it is merely a component of the bigger picture. Recognising that some companies seek comprehensive solutions rather than standalone technologies, Hololight Hub now offers an end-to-end solution,” said Hololight CEO Florian Haspinger.

By bringing together XR applications from independent software vendors and enterprise-developed XR applications on one platform, Haspinger says that Hololight is building an ecosystem to address enterprise-level use cases such as design and engineering. “By integrating our streaming technology, partners benefit from enhanced performance and security, as sensitive industrial data remains on the server side,” he added, continuing, “Once you enter the Hololight Hub on an AR/VR device, you’ll discover the same applications you’ve been managing in the web browser before. A simple click initiates the application, allowing you to seamlessly access its functionalities.”

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