Yamaha UC adds Barco as strategic partner
Yamaha Unified Communications (UC) has added Barco to its Strategic Partner Program. As a strategic partner, customers will know Yamaha's YVC-200 Portable USB & Bluetooth Speakerphone, YVC-330 USB & Bluetooth Speakerphone, and YVC-1000 Mic and Speaker System are tested and certified to combine with Barco ClickShare Wireless Conference for meeting room installs.
"The best digital collaboration tools are fluid and adaptable, bridging the gap between users so they can connect from anywhere and with any device. Yamaha UC's growing list of partnerships ensures collaboration across all the major communication platforms is simple and effective," said Michael Fitch, vice president of sales and marketing at Yamaha UC. "With this partnership, users can choose the solution they need, plug it in, and join the meeting with no fuss and audio that sounds as good as face to face."
No matter which Yamaha YVC Series speakerphones users choose, they will be able to use Yamaha UC's sound technologies. Barco's ClickShare Wireless Conference range of products work with these conferencing systems as well as the user's display and camera setup without the hassle of physically connecting devices using cables and adapters. Both Yamaha UC products and Barco ClickShare operate with all current UC platforms.
Yamaha UC and Barco ClickShare Conferencing offer device configurations to suit a customer's room size, group size, and collaboration needs. For small meeting rooms with up to four people, the YVC-200 and ClickShare CX-20 enable reliable communication.
Meeting rooms with four to 10 people will benefit from the YVC-330, which features Yamaha's SoundCap technology to eliminate background noise, and ClickShare CX-30 with touch back, annotation, and blackboarding capabilities.
In addition, two YVC-330s can be daisy-chained to cover up to 16 participants. Large meeting spaces where up to 40 people can gather will require the YVC-1000's separate microphone and speaker system along with ClickShare CX-50's AV driving multi-content sharing.