HAMAMATSU, Japan — Jan. 18, 2018 —
Yamaha UC, a dedicated department combining the expertise of Yamaha and Revolabs® Inc., is now shipping the Yamaha CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System for huddle rooms. Available in select worldwide regions, the all-in-one wall-mounted UC solution is engineered to simplify installation and deployment and ensure the highest quality audio and video in huddle and small meeting spaces.
“The Yamaha CS-700 has been a highly anticipated solution from our UC customers,” said Mick Kamihara, chief executive officer, Revolabs. “Bringing together the technology expertise of both Yamaha and Revolabs, the CS-700 provides a dedicated UC platform that doesn’t sacrifice on quality and delivers exactly what users and technology managers need to support the growing number of huddle and small meeting room environments. Every communications concern is covered, from ease of deployment and intuitive end-user operation, to superior audio, video and collaboration capabilities.”
The Yamaha CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System for huddle rooms is the first solution that optimizes audio, video, and collaboration capabilities in a wall-mounted system, ensuring an intuitive meeting experience. It boasts an adaptive beamforming microphone array, which guarantees that every word is perfectly captured and delivered to the far end, four Yamaha speaker elements to provide the highest degree of audio intelligibility, and a wide-angle HD camera that captures every meeting participant in clear detail.
Through a single USB cable, it is ready to connect to an organization’s chosen UC platform, such as Skype for Business, Cisco® Spark, GoToConference™, Zoom, and many others. This plug-and-play approach allows users to quickly get started without wrestling with disparate video, audio, and collaboration components, thus eliminating complex steps that can waste valuable meeting time or require the assistance of on-call IT staff. In addition, the CS-700’s integrated network management system allows IT staff to deploy and remotely manage each unit from one location, increasing service response and efficiency.
“The Yamaha CS-700 offers a strong, huddle-room-ready feature set, as well as integrated remote monitoring and management, making it both user- and IT-friendly,” said Ira Weinstein, senior analyst and partner, Wainhouse Research.
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About Yamaha Corporation
Since its founding in 1887, the Yamaha Corporation Group has developed its business activities focusing on musical instruments, audio products, Yamaha music schools, semiconductors, and other products and services related to sound and music. Yamaha acquired Massachusetts-based Revolabs in 2014, an innovator that continues to grow in the UC market with superior audio production. With its unique expertise and sensibilities, gained from our devotion to sound and music, Yamaha is committed to creating excitement and cultural inspiration together with people around the world.
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
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