Revolabs shows off UC&C systems

Revolabs will show off its Executive Elite wireless microphone systems alongside its FLX UC conference phones and the Yamaha YVC-1000 UC microphone and speaker system at InfoComm MEA and GITEX.

The collocated shows will run from October 18 to 22, 2015 (InfoComm MEA starts on October 19) at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

At InfoComm MEA Revolabs will be present on distributor Taxan Gulf FZCO’s stand TA-D1 and its parent company, Yamaha (stand TA-A25). The products will be shown at GITEX by distributor FVC (stand Z-G10).

Revolabs will demonstrate its Executive Elite wireless microphones with cloud server option on all three stands. The Executive Elite is equipped with a combination of local and remote cloud-based capabilities for centralised setup, management, and monitoring. Administrators can access information related to microphone status, audio and radio signal strength, and system performance via a Web-based interface. The Executive Elite's remote antenna receiver and base units connect via a standard Cat5e or Cat6 cable with Power over Ethernet (PoE) support. The systems have automated AES-256 encryption over wireless links and gooseneck microphones are now available.

Also on display will be Revolabs' FLX UC line of conference phones, including the latest addition to the product family, the FLX UC 1500 IP and USB conference phone with extension microphones. This system adds two directional microphones to the four already in the speaker unit and can bridge and conference calls between VoIP and UC desktop applications.

The Yamaha YVC-1000 UC microphone and speaker system includes Human Voice Activity Detection and acts as an extension to VTC or audio conferencing systems. It is suited to medium or large conference rooms and the audio peripheral allows users to connect to virtual calls via Bluetooth or USB. It is equipped with audio in/out connections to support external speakers and provides daisy-chain connectivity for up to five microphones, enabling comprehensive AV coverage of significantly larger rooms. To further simplify multiuse settings, the unit equalises audio using Yamaha's automatic audio tuning — applying signal processing such as echo cancelling, noise reduction, tracking and gain control.

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