The new Nureva audio manager software for the Nureva HDL300 audio conferencing system detects and automatically updates firmware. The collaboration solutions provider says the updates keep both the HDL300 and the audio manager itself up to date.
According to a press release by Nureva, this means that HDL300 system customers will always have the latest advancements in the system’s Microphone Mist technology, which simultaneously processes audio from 8,192 virtual microphones that fill the meeting space. This is the first of a planned series of enhancements to theHDL300 system.
The collaboration provider says, in the press release, that the Nureva audio manager provides a hassle-free mechanism for ongoing and automatic enhancements to the Nureva HDL300 system. In addition to automatic updates, which customers can turn off, the audio manager will provide adjustable settings including an audio equalizer, audio processing levels and other settings for interoperability with third-party devices. This will give customers more control of their audio experience.
What Sets Nureva Audio Manager Apart?
“Our customers are very happy about the release of Nureva audio manager, because their IT staff no longer needs to set aside time for installation of new firmware or book a paid visit from their reseller who can do it for them,” says Anders Köhler. sales consultant at Netsmart, Nureva’s distributor in Sweden.
“Instead, they will experience ongoing, automatic improvements to the audio pickup efficiency of their Nureva HDL300 system without having to lift a finger.”
“The introduction of the Nureva audio manager has given us a platform from which to provide customers with an audio conferencing solution that gets better over time,” adds Nancy Knowlton, Nureva’s CEO.
“We see tremendous potential in the Microphone Mist technology and now have a simple and automated way to make enhancements available to our customers.”
The Nureva audio manager is available now to HDL300 audio conferencing system customers at no additional charge. An update with the additional functionality and adjustable settings will be available in spring 2018.
If you enjoyed this article and want to receive more valuable industry content like this, click here to sign up for our digital newsletters!