Denver-based Mersive, which develops display management software which helps create seamless displays used for collaboration and video messaging, said today that it has launched a new product specifically aimed at small groups. The company said that its new Solstice SGE - Small Group Edition is fully functional, but limits the number of people using displays to four people. The company did not release pricing on the new product, but said it's a more affordable option bfor users. Mersive's software allows users to connect to into a shared display, used in conference calls and other similar applications. The company's best known win is at the White House situation room, where displays powered by Mersive were prominently featured in photos of the situation room during the Bin Laden raid.