DTEN D7X Videoconferencing, Collaboration Solution Now Certified for Microsoft Teams

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DTEN announced that its DTEN D7X videoconferencing and collaboration solution is now certified for Microsoft Teams. DTEN, in collaboration with Microsoft, is creating an easy to use out of the box Teams Rooms on Android collaboration solution.

DTEN’s portfolio of video collaboration solutions, which feature built-in cameras, microphones and speakers, provide a “seamless collaboration experience for hybrid teams for employees working from anywhere.” The D7X touch capability makes the table console optional and enables collaboration with Microsoft Whiteboard. With the certification, the DTEN D7X now is a Teams Rooms on Android solution, enabling Teams customers to take advantage of DTEN’s flagship products and Microsoft Teams’ collaboration platform and features used by millions of people worldwide.

The certification process involved “rigorous testing of DTEN’s collaboration solutions to ensure they meet Microsoft’s strict standards for performance, security and compatibility.”

DTEN says other devices in the D7X Series are also in the process of Teams certification — and that “having all DTEN devices Microsoft certified, including a personal desktop collaboration solution is one of the company’s top priorities.”

The D7X for Teams is available for purchase today, and all the specs are here: