The goal is ambitious: to set new standards in the Collaboration. The proposal: a new dual-mode UC solution that supports all types of BYOD meetings on all platforms, from Microsoft Teams to Zoom Rooms
Crestron announced a new addition to its line of Unified Communications (UC) tabletop conferencing technology: the new Crestron Flex MX. The first product to offer both native and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) capability, the Flex MX will completely transform the way businesses provide video conferencing by providing people with the flexibility to connect with anyone on any platform from any space.
The key features of Crestron Flex MX are HDMI and USB connectivity for content sharing and video conferencing, an intelligent camera with a 150° field of vision and 360° quad microphone array. Crestron Flex MX is rather easy to use (a fundamental feature, because it allows you to organize meetings remotely even without technical skills). It allows you to start meetings with a single touch, also works in combination with other solutions and minimizes distractions, thereby maximizing business productivity.
Crestron Flex MX offers organizations the flexibility to run native Microsoft Teams (UC-MX150-T) or Zoom Rooms (UC-MX150-Z) software, or seamlessly switch to BYOD mode for all other conferencing software. Thus, for organizations standardized on Microsoft Teams or Zoom Rooms, FlexMX delivers those native experiences, while guests can plug in their laptops and use whichever software they’re already running on their devices. This eliminates the concern that a meeting room will not support a user’s call. Additionally, Flex MX simplifies connection to the room display, requiring just a single cable. Other key features include:
The Crestron Flex line of products includes solutions for every type of meeting space, from private offices and small huddle rooms to boardrooms.
Crestron Flex MX for Microsoft Teams (UC-MX150-T) will be available on May 22nd, 2020. Crestron Flex MX for Zoom Rooms (UC-MX150-Z) will be available in Summer 2020.
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