May 11, 2017 – Grandstream Networks, Inc. announced that their IPVideoTalk has been awarded a 2017 WebRTC Product of the Year winner by TMC, a global, integrated media company.

IPVideoTalk is Grandstream’s subscription-based video conferencing and web service designed to improve collaboration. Users can easily link GVC’s to hold meetings from various locations that can also be joined through the web with any WebRTC-enabled browser (Firefox, Chrome) from anywhere in the world.

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IPVideoTalk has a user-friendly interface where users have access to many great features such as meeting scheduler, manage contact/ devices, set-up customizable, automatic thank you emails and reporting of the results of a meeting/ webinar. Through the interface, administrators can easily send out invites to corresponding parties by entering their email addresses.

“It gives me great pleasure to honor Grandstream as a 2017 recipient of the WebRTC Product of the Year Award for their innovative product, IPVideoTalk,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “Our judges were very impressed with the ingenuity and excellence displayed by Grandstream in their groundbreaking work on IPVideoTalk.”

Congratulations Grandstream! We are excited to see more customers benefit from this outstanding conferencing solution!

Known for simple, easy-to-use communication solutions, Revolab is bringing their revolutionary technology to small and medium-sized conference rooms, executive office, or even your home office. This summer, Revolab is going to introduce a new conferencing system, the Yamaha CS-700 video conferencing system, to make your small business collaboration more efficient and effective. Let’s hear what it is all about!


 

What is the Yamaha CS-700?

The Yamaha CS-700 is an all-in-one unit of video conferencing system designed for small-sized rooms with limited tabletop space (we call huddle rooms). This unique system combines ultra-wideband audio with high-quality video to fulfill all collaboration requirements in one simple, wall-mounted solution.
 

What Can the Yamaha CS-700 Do?

The Yamaha CS-700 comes with advanced features tailored to small businesses’ collaboration requirements. let’s take a peek at some highlights of the Yamaha CS-700:

  • Remote Management allows users to remotely monitor, manage, and upgrade unit automatically through the IP interface. Managing hundreds of huddle rooms has become simpler than ever.
  • 120-degree ultra-wide-angle cameras capture all meeting participants in one field of view, covering more than 80% area in the room without the need of zooming in the cameras. The high pixel count also allows users to see the individual expressions from the room clearly.
  • A beamforming microphone array picks up every single word spoken in the room and delivers it to the far end. The four-element speaker bar provides high-quality audio, ensuring you an easy, natural conversation.
  • USB and SIP communications can be bridged easily in the CS-700 system. It supports multiple business communication applications such as Microsoft® Skype for Business, Google Chromebox for Meetings, BlueJeans®, Zoom®, and more. Additionally, the Bluetooth function enables fast and easy audio connections, instantly turning any mobile calls into a conferencing call.
  • The wall mount system design provides the simplest installation and makes connecting the wires to the CS-700 easy and quick.

 

Want to Learn More?

Visit Rebvolab’s website or watch the product video above to learn the details about the CS-700. You can also visit our website or call our VoIP specialists at 1-800-398-VoIP to get more information about Revolab products. What do you think about this new product? Share with us.

As we all know, conference calls allow us to have meetings remotely, reducing traveling time/costs and increasing work efficiency.

However, what many people may not be aware of is that there are some conference meeting blunders that may hinder us from enjoying the benefits, or even worse, cause negative effects!

Today, we’d like to share some tips to help you prevent 5 common conference call blunders.

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