Nureva Announces TAA-Compliant Audio Products

The made-in-Canada HDL pro series audio conferencing systems by Nureva Inc., now meet TAA-compliance requirements.

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Nureva Inc., provider of advanced audio conferencing solutions, announced that TAA-compliant versions in its pro series — the Nureva HDL310 and HDL410 systems — are now available. Per a statement, the TAA (Trade Agreements Act) compliance is an increasingly important requirement for customers at all levels of government, education and other sectors that require cybersecure solutions wholly made in the U.S., Canada and other trusted countries. Nureva’s TAA-compliant audio systems, assembled in Canada, are available through the company’s network of distributors and resellers in the U.S.

Need for TAA-Compliant Solutions

Per the manufacturer, the need for high-performing, secure and TAA-compliant solutions that can be easily deployed at scale is significant. Many organizations struggle to find audio conferencing solutions that effectively meet this requirement; particularly for larger spaces. Nureva’s TAA-compliant HDL pro series of audio conferencing systems addresses this need by providing plug-and play systems that are easy to deploy and manage at scale. Moreover, they offer uncompromised performance in large and extra-large spaces.

Nureva says its solutions are also an ideal audio component for larger Microsoft Teams Room rollouts that rely on rapid implementation, painless remote management and an inclusive collaboration experience. In October 2023, the HDL310 system received certification for large Teams Rooms. Meanwhile, the HDL410 system is currently pending certification for extra-large Teams Rooms. Nureva has also received ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification. Per a statement, this is the world’s best-known standard for information security management.

These certifications, along with being TAA-compliant, give IT professionals the confidence that Nureva products deliver to the highest standards of performance, integration and security, the company states.

“Recognizing the growing importance of TAA compliance for the U.S. government, we’re proud to announce that we now have products that meet this requirement,” says Nancy Knowlton, Nureva’s CEO. “As organizations and institutions increasingly look for dependable and trusted audio-conferencing systems, especially for larger spaces; our TAA-compliant offerings deliver on the promise of performance, simplicity and ease of deployment.“

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