SUDBURY, Mass. — Aug. 30, 2016 — Revolabs(R), Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation, announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has honored the Yamaha YVC-1000 USB- and Bluetooth(R)-enabled conference phone with a 2016 Communications Solutions Products of the Year Award.
“The YVC-1000 is a powerful solution for today’s UC environments,” said Nick Emoto, vice president of business strategy at Revolabs. “For example, Summit Public Schools, one of the nation’s foremost public charter schools, resolved critical audio failures that hindered video conferencing used for leadership meetings with the crisp, intelligible sound delivered by the YVC-1000. The conference phone is engineered to deliver better communication so organizations can productively collaborate and innovate.”
The versatile Yamaha YVC-1000 is a USB conference phone with Bluetooth capability that accommodates small to large conference spaces and rooms with special table configurations, such as a horseshoe, by daisy-chaining up to five microphones and optionally using outputs for two external speakers. Calls placed from a mobile device connected by Bluetooth can be bridged together with calls placed using a video conferencing unit or a UC client. The YVC-1000 delivers the most natural and intelligible sound for the room using an auto-tuning function that detects and monitors the acoustics of the environment to optimize sound processing.
“Congratulations to Revolabs and Yamaha for being honored with a Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “The YVC-1000 is truly an innovative product and is among the best solutions brought to market in the past 12 months that facilitates business-transforming voice, data, and video communications. I look forward to continued excellence from these companies in 2017 and beyond.”
A Yamaha-engineered solution, the YVC-1000 is available through Revolabs’ global sales network. Combining the deep knowledge and vast experience of telephony and UC with Yamaha’s expertise in voice communication and professional audio, the two companies continue to revolutionize the way people connect and collaborate, in and out of the workplace.
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Revolabs delivers better communication in the world of business with professional microphone systems and conference phones for telephony and unified communications. The company’s introduction of wireless microphones for conferencing revolutionized business communications by allowing unprecedented freedom in meetings. Revolabs’ ability to produce superior sound in large, complex spaces inspires a full portfolio of conferencing solutions that enable the most reliable and natural conversation in every meeting space. With a full range of choices — from installed to simple plug-and-play systems, wireless or wired solutions, and local or cloud-based management — Revolabs offers the most flexible and uniform set of solutions to accommodate the needs of the entire business. Revolabs is a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation, one of the world’s most respected names in audio. Together they are redefining the market for business audio solutions. The company is headquartered in Sudbury, Massachusetts. More information can be found at www.revolabs.com.
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