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MAXHUB Debuts UC M40 360-Degree All-In-One Camera

MAXHUB introduced its UC M40 360-Degree All-In-One Camera as a conferencing solution for small to medium-sized meeting spaces.

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AV News to Know Roundup: Products, Projects and People in New Places

Here’s a closer look at some of the AV news this week that include new conferencing cameras, a loudspeaker system installation, promotions and more.

Room with table featuring UC&C technology.

IT is Begging for Better Management of The UC&C Environment

A meeting technology management support platform from a global collaboration leader may be the answer to IT’s headaches.

Interior of James River Church through VIVOTEK security cameras

Helixeon Employs VIVOTEK Security Solutions for Church Campus

Helixeon chose a total 34 of VIVOTEK’s security solutions to solve James River Church’s existing security issues.

AVer Microsoft Teams-certified cameras

AVer: Three Cameras Now Certified for Microsoft Teams Rooms

AVer cameras now certified with Microsoft Teams include the VB130 USB video bar, the CAM520 Pro2 camera and the CAM130 4K conference camera.

Marshall CV605-U3 Cameras in black as well as white.

Marshall Electronics Introduces CV605-U3 USB-C PTZ Camera

Marshall Electronics’ latest CV605-U3 USB-C PTZ Camera comes with features ideal for virtual learning, streaming and conferencing.

Microsoft will soon give users the ability to either hide their own video feed or pin it

Three Small But Exciting New Features In Microsoft Teams

Microsoft will soon give users the ability to either hide their own video feed or pin it after releasing update that deletes old recordings.

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Atlona To Emphasize The “Three C’s” At ISE 2022

Atlona will demonstrate new innovations in collaboration, connectivity and control at ISE in Barcelona, Feb. 1-4, 2022.

Webex, Alexa To Help Power Future Space Mission Communications

Webex and Alexa will be onboard an early 2022 uncrewed mission to the moon to test how future astronauts can communicate with Earth.