Yamaha YVC-1000MS Ready to Showcase
Yamaha subsidiary, Revolabs, also a part of the Yamaha UC department announced the showcasing of it Skype for Business-certified YVC-1000MS Microphone and Speaker System.
The YVC-1000MS is Yamaha’s first product to earn Skype for Business certifications – Certification Version 3 tests, the highest standards according to Microsoft. This ensures the USB and Bluetooth speakerphone offer natural and clear audio for all meetings, as Revolabs explained. The Skype for Business-certified YVC-1000MS Microphone and Speaker System will be on display at Microsoft Tech Summits in Frankfurt, Germany, Feb. 21-22 and Paris March 14-15.
“Because Skype for Business continues to be the platform of choice for collaboration, there’s no better place for us to highlight the benefits of our speakerphone system, which meets Skype for Business’ stringent certification standards,” said Russell Harpham, director of EMEA at Revolabs. “Engineers who incorporate our YVC-1000MS gear into their organizations’ UC infrastructures will help their users be more productive thanks to clear and natural-sounding Skype conversations in every meeting space, large or small.”
Yamaha’s YVC-1000MS offers scalability and flexibility to accommodate any sized meeting room, remote education classes/seminars, and spaces with special table configurations. Other included features with the YVC include:
- A separate microphone and speaker units which seamlessly integrate within one another for telecommunication
- Adaptive echo cancellation for relaxed conversations
- Fast smartphone connections via Bluetooth
- Bridging to Skype for Business call through USB
- Human Voice Activity Detection (HVAD) for human voice detection and minimizing background noises
Orders are now being accepted through Yamaha’s network of international partners, more than 4,000 dealers. In the middle of January, Yamaha and Revolabs announced that the Yamaha CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System for huddle rooms was ready for shipping. Let’s keep the conferencing game rolling, Yamaha.
Edited by Maurice Nagle