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Mar 2, 2016
BEAVERTON, Oregon — Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, will feature its new Devio™ collaboration system at Enterprise Connect, March 7-10 at the Gaylord Palms Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Devio redefines the user experience in huddle rooms and other small meeting spaces, making collaboration fast, simple, and intuitive. With its easy-to-connect device (Devio CR-1) and advanced beamforming microphone (Devio DTM-1), meetings are equipped with a high-quality, easy-to-operate, laptop-based audio and video conferencing solution that enhances user engagement and increases meeting productivity.
“Devio gives employees a unique unified communications (UC) solution that allows them to quickly transition from their desks or cubicles to a huddle space,” said Rob Houston, product manager, UC products, Biamp Systems. “With a simple laptop connection, they can collaborate with colleagues in person or via soft-codec conferencing systems such as Skype® for Business, GoToMeeting™, WebEx®, and more. Devio also eases the burden for IT managers by providing remote monitoring and control, and can be managed alongside other network-connected devices.”
Devio is a single-box collaboration tool that brings high-end audio input and output and easy connectivity to in-room technology, including displays, web cameras, and more, via a single USB 3.0 connection to a Windows® or Mac® OS X®-based computer. Devio’s beamforming microphone has three 120-degree zones, providing full 360-degree audio coverage of the meeting space. The Devio microphone tracks and intelligently mixes conversation from around the table, allowing far-end conference participants to experience the conversation naturally in real time. Devio also features Biamp’s acoustic echo cancellation technology to diminish echo and feedback, while dynamically monitoring the room to lessen or eliminate unwanted background noise.
For busy IT managers, Devio’s Auto Setup automates audio input and output levels — reducing installation time and ensuring remote participants can hear and be heard. Multiple CR-1 units in an installation can be managed centrally using the Devio software administration utility (SAU) or via SNMP, and firmware and configurations can be mass deployed.
Biamp’s Devio collaboration solution will be on display at Enterprise Connect 2016 in booth 1543. More information on Biamp’s full line of products is available at www.biamp.com.