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Conferencing Week in Review
It has been a popular week for The Conferencing Zone, so let's take a look at what you missed this week in the world of conferencing.
HUAWEI MAX PRESENCE: A Game Changer for Command Centers?
Star Trek may be fiction, and the starship Enterprise, complete with chrome panels, computer stations, flashing lights and Captain Kirk's chair, may be imaginary, but the concept of a command center is very real and of great import. Be it a traffic management or disaster management- nothing can be handled successfully without coordination that originates and ends with such a center. In keeping with evolving industry needs, HUAWEI MAX Presence has reportedly introduced a next-generation command c…
Communication Game Changer: Skype Translator
Skype is rolling out a new feature that has the ability to change the way people communicate globally. According to Microsoft's CEO, Satya Nadella, the "Skype Translator" will have the ability to facilitate video conferencing between two individuals speaking completely different languages.
Huawei Successfully Raises the Bar for Video Conferencing Products
As the practice of holding video conferencing meetings (as opposed to physically traveling) takes on greater importance, the stakes in this nascent technology are getting higher. Companies are beginning to see the benefits of keeping staffers close to home and holding meetings down the hall instead of across the country, and are willing to invest in the technology to make it possible.
Conferencing Featured News
With 35 years of experience in the communications industry and a true understanding of the ever-changing advancements in technology, Fontel is positioned to deliver its customers cutting-edge solutions that carry them into the future. With a specialized focus on conferencing, Fontel has partnered with major manufacturers to offer revolutionary voice and data communication products and services. Our discussion today will highlight Fontel and its affiliation with Yamaha and focus on Yamaha's Projectphones, a series of arrayed microphones that feature an acoustically-engineered structural design, as well as its echo canceller, a technology that eliminates audio cut-out and echo for smooth performance.