Yamaha Unified Communications has announced its CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System and USB speakerphones now integrate with Intel Unite®, a simple, customizable wireless collaboration solution that enables users to start meetings quickly and securely — no need for dongles, adaptors, or cables. From the Intel Unite app, users can efficiently control Yamaha audio and video products for even more seamless meetings and greater productivity.
Yamaha CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System
Yamaha Unified Communications is helping enterprises move toward consistent, simple, and high-quality collaboration experiences in any conference room and meeting space with its latest solutions in booth 1027 at Enterprise Connect, March 18-20, in Orlando, Florida. Phil Marechal, Yamaha UC's vice president of business development and product management, will participate in an expert panel on huddle room trends.
Yamaha Unified Communications will demonstrate its broad portfolio of unified communication solutions (UC) in stand E67 at IT Partners France, March 13-14, at Disneyland Paris. Strengthening enterprise UC strategy through simple deployment and management while delivering best-in-class collaboration experiences, the company will feature its portable YVC-200 speakerphone for on-the-go conferencing, along with the CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System for huddle rooms and the Yamaha YVC-1000 conference phone.
Thursday, December 20, 2018 – Paris: The Unified Communications provisioning and management solutions market is fast-growing but also fiercely competitive. Total Cost of Operations is a major factor in purchasing decisions. For businesses and service providers considering a UC provisioning and management solution, the choices can be overwhelming – and TCO analysis can be intimidating.
Yamaha Unified Communications announced a new firmware release for the CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System. The update improves the camera performance and adds access to image setting controls, allowing participants to experience a crisp, more true-to-life meeting in any huddle room.