Revolabs, Yamaha to Show AVB, VoIP and Bluetooth Unified Communication Systems at InfoComm 2017

Revolabs and Yamaha will team up to demonstrate the Yamaha CS-700 unified communications system and other new releases at InfoComm 2017 in Orlando.

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Revolabs is teaming up with its parent company Yamaha to demonstrate its portfolio of unified communication (UC) products at InfoComm 2017 in Orlando, Fla. Exhibiting in booth #3281, Revolabs will highlight its new CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System for huddle rooms.

The product launch is the two brands’ first joint effort in their partnership. The system offers users an AVB networked audio station, as well as wired and wireless microphone system options, and UC telecommunication options such as USB, VoIP and Bluetooth conference phones.

“Unified communications is one of the most important obstacles facing organizations today,” notes Mick Kamihara, CEO, Revolabs. “Yamaha’s recent creation of a UC department demonstrates our determination to solve these evolving challenges. At InfoComm, we will present solutions that strengthen the integration between Revolabs and Yamaha to enable clearer, more productive collaboration in any environment.”

Revolabs says the system employs a beamforming microphone array to help ensure the best possible audio for entire groups of users. In addition, the CS-700’s integrated USB port supports connections to users’ preferred UC platform such as Microsoft Skype for Business, Cisco, Spark, GoToConference, Google Chromebox for Mettings, Vidyo, WebEx, Zoom, BlueJeans and others.

AVB Networked Audio and Conference Phones

Other exhibits in the Revolabs’ booth include a demonstration of an AVB Networked Audio station, which features Revolabs’ flagship Executive Elite microphones, a Yamaha MRX7-D digital signal processor, a Yamaha XMV4140 power amplifier, Yamaha VXS5 speakers, and a Cisco Catalyst 3650 network switch.

The companies say the Yamaha MRX7-D signal processor incorporates built-in Dante networking and the ability to accept the AVB-enabled Pivitec e16i/o-MY card. The inclusion of AVB capabilities in the MRX7-D allow for digital audio in and out, as well as microphone control.

Also on display are Yamaha’s YVC-300 and YVC-1000 USB Bluetooth conference phones. Designed for portability within groups of four to six people, the YVC-300 can be used by organizations that require quality group communications without the associated costs of dedicated equipment.

The YVC-1000 features a separate microphone and a full-range speaker that can be placed close to the video display to create an A/V experience that blends together more naturally than other systems.

In addition, Revolabs will demonstrate its FLX UC USB and VoIP conference phones, which can be used in huddle rooms and medium- to large-size conference rooms to make it easy for work teams to communicate from multiple locations.

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