Conferencing Zone Week in Review: Revolabs, West, Vaddio
Welcome back to the Conferencing Zone Week in Review, where we take a look at all the top stories making headlines this week. Everything from new product updates to industry predictions filled the headlines. Grab your cup of coffee and read the highlights right here.
This week was nothing short of the usual excitement in this space. Everything from new hires, to product launches and market projections topped the headlines.
Conferencing solutions provider Revolabs announced it has brought on a new vice president of sales. Michael Fitch joins the company as its new vice president of sales for the Americas and will focus on expanding the company’s reach and presence in the UC market.
I’ve said it before, but it bears repeating – it’s a great time to be in the conferencing space. More projections on the market ahead are boasting about its dominance.
The latest findings from Future Market Insights offers a look at some of the new possibilities opening up for the future of this space including updates to call recording, reporting and other tools to assist businesses with insights into their operations.
Also this week, Vaddio announced ConferenceSHOT AV which brings conferencing to small rooms.
The new offering promises to provide the same tools and capabilities enjoyed by larger groups and those with more capital to spend on offering the same power – even for some of the smallest spaces, like huddle rooms.
It comes with a 10x pan tilt zoom (PTZ) camera, an audio conferencing mixer for support and comes in a USB 3.0 device.
Also this week, West's Unified Communications Services said it has a new conferencing offering it will soon be rolling out that is aimed specifically at improving audio quality.
The solution, InterCall Reservationless-Plus, is a result of the company’s partnership with Dolby Voice and will allow the offering to have one of the highest quality platforms.
“By connecting the power of Dolby Voice with our global conferencing-dedicated network, West continues to deliver on its promise to provide the best possible conferencing experience,” said Rob Bellmar, executive vice president of business operations for West’s Unified Communications Services segment.
That’s all for this week – be sure to check back for all the latest Conferencing news as it happens. Until next week…