ClickShare Conference builds on its predecessor, ClickShare, by automatically and wirelessly connecting laptops and mobile devices to cameras, microphones, speakers and other UCC components in the room. This is similar to what you would do at your desktop but leverages Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex and Zoom for remote and hybrid meetings.
Xilica’s Solaro Series DSPs claim to boost voice intelligibility, eliminate noise and echo and deliver seamless room control in alignment with ClickShare Conference via USB connectivity. The two products immediately lock in once a presentation is launched, with Xilica processing and managing all audio moving in and out of the DSP. Options include the Solaro FR1 and its compact, quarter-rack-width sibling, Solaro QR1.