Yamaha is now shipping the CS-700 SIP Video Sound Collaboration System. Part of Yamaha’s Video Sound Bar family, the CS-700 SIP model claims to be the industry’s first video collaboration solution to integrate PBX and UC applications thus, customers can bridge telephone calls and web conferences.
The Video Sound Bar family features an adaptive beamforming microphone array, four Yamaha speaker elements and a wide-angle HD camera. The CS-700 SIP model introduces VoIP capability to the family, with built-in connections for VoIP and USB for UC applications. Users not only can conference via audio and video from any unified communications platform, they can also bridge VoIP and USB calls together directly from the device. This permits organizations to support both types of communication from a single wall-mounted unit. Aimed at huddle rooms and other small conferencing environments, the series includes two models that are now available at a new price point: the CS-700AV (MSRP $799) and the new CS-700SP ($899).
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