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RevoBlog
9/28/2016
Revolabs is excited to bring our traditional natural sounding audio to classrooms and lecture halls across the country!

Revolabs has further expanded its Executive Elite product line to include a wireless 2-channel microphone system . This new product allows lecturers to freely move about the classroom or lecture hall without interruption and gives students that natural listening experience as if the professor is speaking to them one on one. 
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In the News
9/27/2016
Cisco's Catalyst family of switches now support AVB, which will trigger an entirely new model of media processing where the network can be used to support distributed processing.
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In the News
9/21/2016
New episode of the UCC Show on Soundcloud with Jim Fairweather, Executive VP of Sales at Revolabs about the chances for great quality audio conferencing solutions for Ingram Micro resellers, and how the huddle room space is exploding with opportunity.
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RevoBlog
9/16/2016
Starting out as purely an audio company, Revolabs has seen amazing changes in the technology space. Meeting spaces have moved from traditional installed AV solutions now to pop-up conference spaces, huddle rooms and on-the-go meetings through applications like Skype and Zoom.
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Press Releases
9/15/2016

Revolabs Expands Portfolio of UC Solutions, Turns Any Personal Device into a Conference Phone

Revolabs®, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation, has announced the debut of its YVC-300 portable USB and Bluetooth® conference phone from Yamaha, bringing high-quality audio to new applications. Designed for small groups and powered by USB, the YVC-300 is a versatile conference phone delivering ample, clear sound to ad hoc meeting areas such as open collaboration spaces and touchdown spaces.

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In the News
8/15/2016
In unified communications (UC), the quality and effectiveness of your conferencing is a dance among all the aspects of your entire network. It starts at the “near end,” or, your own conference space, through your bridge service and hosted IP PBX on to the “far end,” where the recipients of your pearls of wisdom will be hanging on to your every word and sharing their own thoughts and suggestions.
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In the News
8/8/2016
Most of us don't give a lot of thought to the quality of audio generated by our phones, cars, televisions or PCs. This is unfortunate, because most of our consumer electronics devices that have audio capability produce only passable quality. Many audiophiles swear by their iOS or other device when it's used with the right peripherals in the right situation. But when audiophiles remark on the kind of quality these devices can produce, it's because they may be treating the iPhone only as a file store or a streaming interface. When used with high-quality peripherals, they're bypassing all of the built-in audio processing on the iPhone and using external speakers and sound processors which leverage data-rich connections such as the Lightening port (USB on Android) or Bluetooth connection. Fundamentally, there is nothing wrong with the sound of an iPhone (or many of its Android counterparts), as just one example, but when used with cheap earbuds, the overall audio experience is degraded.
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RevoBlog
4/28/2016

Videoconferencing is a HOT topic right now- and it’s being used more and more in our day-to-day business activities with more remote workers, business travel, and remote office communication. Let’s face it- videoconferencing makes it easier to connect and read each other in a convenient way. Technology (if used correctly and installed easily) can make our lives much easier, however when it doesn’t work the way we want it to, that can be a real problem because it can cause more frustration than it’s worth. 

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In the News
3/29/2016

From makerspaces to BYOD, more universities are acknowledging how growth-edge AV technologies are influencing not just the student experience but pedagogy as well. “Digital humanities” and “active learning” are the catchphrases du jour. Just watch the faces of freshman as a tenured professor pops in a VHS tape. Digital natives want agile, high-tech tools that prepare them for real-world careers. In turn, teachers are using GenY’s hyper-connectivity as an advantage—weaving technology into their syllabi that support active learning exchanges. But all of this excitement doesn’t make AV integrators’ or in-house managers’ daily jobs any easier. It is a tricky balancing act: end-users want instant access, 24/7 mobility, and collaborative systems, but classroom AV should be standardized. Institutional data must remain secure. Manufacturers are stepping up their games by leveraging enterprise-grade connectivity with intuitive systems. Nowhere was this more apparent than Integrated Systems Europe 2016, which convened in Amsterdam in February. While most commercial technologies—from Dante to HDBaseT—are germane to the campus AV conversation, there were four edtech trends at the show that received serious attention: collaboration, assistive listening, creative audio, and smart projection. A drill down into each category reveals the similarities and points of distinction among notable product offerings. - See more at: http://www.avnetwork.com/features/0014/campus-av-evolves/97060#sthash.KUFTWtCt.dpuf

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In the News
1/15/2016

Some say the driver for the huddle room is the coming of age of Millennials—the tech-savvy cohort born between the early 1980s and 2000—who are entering the workforce in record numbers. There is no doubt that they are active, socially engaged, and were born with a digital spoon. To meet the needs and expectations of this unique contingent, corporate offices and higher education campuses are being redesigned with open spaces, collaborative environments, and huddle spaces.

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