Yamaha UC Partners With Yealink

Yamaha Unified Communications’ partnership with Yealink will enhance audio and video collaboration for modern meeting spaces.

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Sudbury, Mass.-based Yamaha Unified Communications announced a technology partnership with China-based Yealink. Together, the organizations hope to create best-in-class audio and video collaboration for modern meeting spaces. With this, they aim to deliver intelligent and effortless hybrid meeting experience.

Per a statement, users can combine Yamaha’s ADECIA Ceiling Array Microphone RM-CG and Tabletop Array Microphone RM-TT with Yealink’s intelligent cameras and touchpanels. With this, users can thus enhance their audio and video experience. The joint solution not only enables presenter tracking and speaker tracking but also includes technologies. These comprise adaptive echo cancel, automatic gain control, noise reduction and dereverberation. With this, remote attendees can thus avail an immersive video and audio experience.

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“We’re very excited to partner with Yealink, a brand that provides exceptional full-line unified communications and collaboration Solutions. We believe the combination of their cameras with our microphones will  achieve  high quality video and audio experiences.” says Nobuo Ikematsu, senior general manager of information and communication division, Yamaha.

“Yealink is happy to partner with Yamaha to provide this joint solution that brings more flexibility to our customers when designing their meeting spaces,” adds Alvin Liao, vice president of product at Yealink. “We believe combining our video solution with Yamaha’s audio solution empowers teams everywhere to collaborate effortlessly.”

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