Xyte Launches Microsoft Teams Rooms Solution Via Cloud Platform

Published: 2022-04-25

Xyte has launched a solution to connect and monitor Microsoft Teams Rooms (MTRs) from its comprehensive cloud-based platform. The solution is currently in beta mode, per the company. Xyte is a connected device management platform provider based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Xyte says it now enables AV and UC professionals to offer remote managed services to their customers’ MTRs. In-house IT departments can also register their Teams Rooms to the Xyte platform. They can also monitor all their workplace technologies via a single pane of glass and deliver an exceptional employee experience.

Furthermore, Xyte’s support for Microsoft Teams Rooms is hardware-agnostic, according to a statement. It enables management and monitoring of the MTRs as well as peripheral devices (USB cameras, speakers, and microphones), regardless of the hardware vendor.

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Andrew Gross, VP of Sales at Xyte, explains the need for Teams Rooms support. He remarks, “Adding support for Microsoft Teams Rooms has always been a top priority for us. Xyte is now the first cloud solution to support MTRs and Zoom Rooms as well as all SDVoE systems and Crestron, QSC, Avocor and many other devices.”

According to Gross, Xyte will offer IT departments and AV/UC professionals a single platform to manage their complete digital ecosystems. Moreover, it facilitates this from one easy-to-use dashboard. He also reveals that the open API delivers several possibilities and gives integrators the flexibility to add any device or equipment to the platform to suit end users’ business needs.

“We are inviting early adopters to register now to be amongst the first to receive this enhanced management and support capability for their Microsoft Teams Rooms,” Gross concludes.

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