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Ohio Veteran's Assistance Center Employs Video Conferencing Technology
The Wood County Veteran's Assistance Center in Bowling Green, Ohio has become the first of its kind to integrate video conferencing technology into its system. This location is known for its progressive nature, as demonstrated by when Executive Director Mary Hanna became the first woman to hold such a position in the state of Ohio in 1988, or when it became the first office in the state to issue a special veterans photo ID card in 2006.
11/18/2014

VoIP is Foundation of UC
While more businesses, both large and small, or moving to Unified Communications (UC) technology, Paul Desmond, writing in PC World, argued that it's really the overall move to VoIP in general that's driving the growth of UC in small-and-medium-sized businesses.
11/17/2014

Fort Worth Council Adopts Video Conferencing Tech
The use of video conferencing is often seen in the pages of TMC as an element specific to businesses with an eye for technological advancement. It is also, perhaps less so, the domain of consumers who wish to make group chats their medium of communication. Beyond those two arenas, though, there is local government, and a prominent city in Texas proving that local officials can make use of remote video as much as any other group.
11/17/2014

Blackberry Launches BBM Meetings Voice and Video Conferencing Solution
While Blackberry had been talking about adding VoIP services to its BBM solution as early as last May, the company announced it was actually going to do one better late last week. The Canadian Smartphone maker announced BBM Meetings, an audio and video conferencing service. The service has already gone live for BBM users on Android and Blackberry 10 phones, as well as Windows PCs and Mac users on the desktop. The company said that the service will be available on iOS "soon."
11/17/2014

Featured Product: YVC-1000

YVC-1000
The YVC-1000 incorporates many high-quality sound technologies that Yamaha has developed over the years, including a unique Human Voice Activity Detection capability used to detect human voices. "HVAD" is an important element of several different sound processing features that require fast and efficient sorting of noise and human voices in order to make speaking and listening a more relaxing, stress-free experience during remote conferencing.


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PJP-10UR

Web Conferencing Microphone Speaker
The PJP-10UR is light weight, durable, and specifically designed to support the web conferencing needs of a professional business traveler. The sleek designed device has a sturdy aluminum body and weighs 7.4 oz.

PJP-20UR

Web Conferencing Microphone Speaker
The PJP-20UR wide bandwidth microphone speaker provides HD (from 300Hz to 20kHz) clarity, delivering exceptional sound performance. Each device is built with three unidirectional microphones and one 85dB speaker.

PJP-EC200

Echo Canceller
Yamaha has taken their vast knowledge and technical expertise of music, sound and electronic equipment to develop the PJP-EC200 conference room and lecture hall echo cancelling and sound management device.

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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.