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In the News
11/25/2015

From a technology perspective, the last few years have been great for board rooms and large conference rooms. They are increasingly being outfitted with video conferencing or telepresence systems, which are designed to deliver an immersive experience. However, in most organizations, the small conference rooms and huddle rooms are still struggling along with the telecommunication technologies of the last century. It sure seems like it’s time to consider other options.

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In the News
11/20/2015

Designing Effective Multipurpose Spaces for Solid AV Performance

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RevoBlog
11/19/2015

Revolabs only sells through distribution; sales to end customers happen at the reseller/dealer level. Our marketing and channel sales teams continually ask ourselves, how can we help our channel partners (both CORE resellers and distributors) promote and increase sales of our products? What will incentivize them to sign up to be a CORE reseller and want to sell our products over others?

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Press Releases
11/17/2015

New buy buttons empower Revolabs customers with pricing information and direct access to channel partner sites to accelerate purchasing process 

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Press Releases
11/16/2015

SUDBURY, Mass. —  November 16, 2015 — Revolabs, Inc. (http://www.revolabs.com/) a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation, announced today that it is a gold-level sponsor of the UC Summit 2015 Conference, (http://www.ucstrategies.com/ucsummit/2015/) to be held November 15-18, 2015, in La Jolla, California. Three Revolabs’ executives will be addressing conference attendees in various sessions. All of those attending one of these sessions will receive a free Revolabs UC 500 Conference Phone (http://www.revolabs.com/uc500).  

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In the News
11/12/2015

This EDUcast, featuring Holger Stoltze, Senior Product Manager of Revolabs, Inc., and Gary Audin, will guide you in choosing a versatile audio conference solution. You will learn:

  • Features that support a wide range of conferencing environments
  • Configuration tips and how to evaluate technologies
  • Supporting various device connections
  • How to enter to win awesome Yamaha prizes!

This EDUcast features a special bonus: After watching the EDUcast, you’ll be eligible to win Yamaha prizes, including a sound bar, wireless speaker system, or high-fidelity headphones. First 100 entrants get a free T-shirt.Click here to enter. [http://marketing.revolabs.com/acton/form/8208/0035:d-0001/0/-/-/-/-/index.htm]

In today’s office environment practically any room can be used as a meeting space—not just traditional conference rooms. Consider, too, the increasing use of audio and video virtual collaboration systems. These trends are why successful teams require flexible audio conferencing technology that can be adapted for different applications without the need to rely on the IT department for setup.

Flexible audio conferencing solutions allow for impromptu gatherings, team collaboration, and variable size meetings wherever—and however—they are needed. You may not know the number of people, purpose, or the meeting location until the last minute.

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Press Releases
11/4/2015

Revolabs expands distribution of UC products in over 30 countries through new Latin America distributor partnership

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RevoBlog
11/4/2015

Known for high sound quality, created by rich experience and tradition, Yamaha brings superior audio technology to the conferencing table with an intuitive unified communications audio solution.

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In the News
11/2/2015

When deliberative bodies convene, there can be a wide variety of people, customs, languages, and emotions, and this makes it essential to keep things on track and under control. The room conferencing systems listed here represent the latest advances to date in giving control of such meetings to the chairman without requiring a steep learning curve to command their numerous features. Designed to be operated by decidedly non-tech people, room conferencing and discussion systems must be simple, reliable, and unobtrusive. It’s enough of a job just keeping order sometimes without the additional task of running a complex microphone and speaker system. Our entries represent both wired and wireless operation with some of these systems capable of running in both modes simultaneously. The latest such technology helps keep large meetings and conferences orderly and under control

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In the News
11/2/2015

Recently William Yu, Regional General Manager and Director of Sales for APAC at Revolabs, contributed and was quoted in an article that appeared in the October issue of inAVate magazine, titled “Speak the Same Language”

In the article he provides insight to integrators on how to handle the higher demand for videoconferencing given the growing need for better communication. As with any mode of communication end-users want videoconferencing to be easy, simple to use and intuitive while retaining the human element.

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