At InfoComm 2018 was awarded, as usual, the SCN’s Product Installation Award: the Yamaha YVC-1000MS USB Speakerphone Certified for Skype for Business was among the honorees.
The YVC-1000MS is an USB speakerphone Skype for Business Certified audio solution, able to offer remote communications in a particularly natural and intelligible way, even for large meeting rooms. To confirm the good performance of this product now comes the 2018 Product Installation Award, assigned by System Contractor News (SCN) on the occasion of InfoComm 2018. The product has been awarded as “Most Innovative Audio Hardware” in the “Speakers, Microphones, Amplifiers” category. Product finalists were chosen by an independent panel of judges, and winners were then selected by SCN readers via online voting.
Engineered with Yamaha’s audio technology and expertise to enhance the user experience in large meeting rooms, the YVC-1000MS is a scalable and flexible solution that supports the audio requirements of large meeting rooms, rooms with special table configurations, and even remote education classes or seminars within the Skype for Business application.
The microphone and speaker system passed Skype for Business Certification Version 3 tests — Microsoft’s highest standards — providing natural, clear audio that defines the platform’s meeting experience. Yamaha’s adaptive echo cancellation and other sound processing technologies developed over the years also help facilitate a stress-free conversation. The user-friendly design provides fast, intuitive connection to a call on a smartphone by Bluetooth and can bridge to a Skype for Business call via USB.
“Skype for Business is one of the leading applications for collaboration, and with the Yamaha YVC-1000MS, users have the perfect audio solution to clearly and reliably conduct business and drive productivity”, said Randall Lee, Yamaha Unified Communication’s director of strategic and channel marketing. “This is a great recognition of the exceptional engineering that makes Yamaha the most trusted name in audio performance.”
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