Yamaha continues commitment to barrier-free meetings with expanded Microsoft Teams interoperability

HAMAMATSU, Japan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Yamaha continues to break down barriers for easy-to-install, clear, and high-quality Microsoft Teams meetings with the latest certification of its ADECIA tabletop solution. Part of the ADECIA family of complete, customizable conferencing solutions, the tabletop solution meets mid-size room standards for natural, clear sound that defines the Teams experience.

“The future of education and professional communications demands easy-to-install conferencing solutions that deliver pristine audio quality,” said Nobuo Ikematsu, senior general manager of Yamaha’s information and communications division. “ADECIA Tabletop Solution’s RM-TT microphone meets all these standards. And as a device certified for Microsoft Teams, organizations can confidently select it as part of the Microsoft Teams experience.

The Yamaha RM-TT Wired Tabletop Array Microphone is one of many stand-alone microphone options also available from ADECIA, a complete family of easy-to-install products designed to work together seamlessly to provide customizable communication solutions for meetings or learning spaces. The ADECIA tabletop solution, like the ADECIA ceiling system, integrates the RM-CR remote conference processor, the VXL1-16P Dante/PoE-enabled line array speaker and the long-standing Yamaha SWR2311P-10G PoE network switch, offering comfortable and effortless remote control. conference experience.

The RM-TT’s low-profile form factor packs all of Yamaha’s powerful sound technologies, including Auto Voice Tracking, Auto Gain Control, Adaptive Echo Cancellation, Noise Reduction and Noise Cancellation. reverberation for optimal collaboration experiences. When the RM-CR processor and RM-TT table microphones are combined, the unique voice tracking feature automatically selects the microphone closest to the person speaking for optimal voice pickup. For example, a meeting participant who moves from the conference table to a whiteboard or interactive display in the room can ensure that their voice will be captured and transmitted to the other end in crisp, clear quality. In a classroom, microphones can be set up around the room to capture each student as well as the teacher who can present lessons from different subject areas or check individual progress or questions. The innovative technology also allows installers to dictate the directional mode of each microphone module for custom room capture. Available mic options include unidirectional, super-cardioid, hyper-cardioid, omnidirectional, bidirectional, and toroidal.

The complete ADECIA solution automatically detects all system components and configures them to be optimized for the room environment, taking into account speaker and microphone placement, reverb and echo behavior . Setting up a room is done via the system configurator in four simple steps. With USB, Bluetooth®Dante and analog connections, this flexible system can adapt to a variety of corporate or meeting spaces and classrooms.

“In a world of hybrid meetings, meeting room audio quality is key to creating equity between people inside the meeting room and remotely.” said Albert Kooiman, senior director, Microsoft Teams Devices Partner Engineering and Certification at Microsoft Corp. the Teams experience.

More information on the full Yamaha Unified Communications product range can be found at https://uk.yamaha.com/en/products/contents/unified_communications/adecia_solutions/index.html (UK)

https://uc.yamaha.com/products/adecia/ (US)

About Yamaha Corporation

Since its founding in 1887, Yamaha Corporation (TOKYO: 7951) has developed its business activities focusing on musical instruments, audio products, Yamaha music schools, semiconductors and other products and services related to the sound and music. With unique expertise and sensitivity, gained through our dedication to sound and music, Yamaha is committed to creating excitement and cultural inspiration with people around the world. With 16 years of experience in the Japanese market, Yamaha’s dedicated Unified Communications department focuses on solutions that improve communication and help organizations achieve their business goals.


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