Revolabs Gives Conferencing Collaborative Boost
Conferencing is about to get a boost thanks to the collaborative efforts of Yamaha UC subsidiary Revolabs along with Avocor and Bluescape. The three companies have combined collective talents to create unified software to be showcased next week at Enterprise Connect.
The Bluescape collaboration software is being shown by Revolabs on the Avocor F-6510 display with the Yamaha CS-700 Video Sound Bar. Together, it will create a solution connecting employees, regardless of location, together. Additionally, it will enable sharing of a multitude of continuous content in a singular space, enhancing efficiency and productivity.
California-based Bluescape has been enabling easy conferencing for teams to share, develop, create, and more in a digital forum. Adding the Avocor F-6510 display, 10 simultaneous touches at a five times response rate are included with ultra HD 4K resolution and an Microsoft Windows 10 operating system.
Tying it together is the Yamaha CS-700, an all-in-one wall-mounted conferencing unit specifically for huddle rooms. With a beamforming microphone and four Yamaha speakers, its wide-angle HD camera ensures every participant is in view. Sound, video, and screen sharing is all made possible utilizing a single USB cable and management of multiple huddle rooms is enabled through Revolabs technology.
In January, it was announced that the Yamaha CS-700 was finally available for shipment and could be purchased through a number of resellers. The announcement came just a week after Revolabs unveiled its new product lineup for Yamaha, the CS-700 being a feature.
"The Yamaha CS-700 offers a strong, huddle-room-ready feature set, as well as integrated remote monitoring and management, making it both user- and IT-friendly," said Ira Weinstein, senior analyst and partner, Wainhouse Research.
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Edited by Maurice Nagle