Yamaha and ScreenBeam Partner to Deliver Seamless Wireless Audio Conferencing Experiences
Barcelona, Spain – 31st January 2023 — Yamaha today announced a partnership with ScreenBeam Inc., a world leader in wireless display and conferencing solutions. By combining Yamaha’s ADECIA Microphone and Speaker Solution with ScreenBeam’s 1100 Plus, the two organisations have delivered a turnkey wireless collaboration solution to facilitate user choice and flexibility.
“At Yamaha Music Europe, we are continuously expanding our partnerships by finding like-minded companies that are passionate about revolutionizing the hybrid experience,” said Marcus-Michael Müller, Manager Sales & Marketing Unified Communications at Yamaha Music Europe. “ScreenBeam’s innovative technology perfectly complements ADECIA’s state-of-the-art engineering, further providing our customers with all components necessary to make a hybrid space work.”
The ADECIA Microphone and Speaker Solution is a complete communications solution for meeting spaces or classroom audio that auto-configures and auto-tunes to the room. The ADECIA family of products includes a Dante-enabled microphone, the RM-CR signal processor, and Yamaha's PoE switches and VXL Series line array speakers.
When combined with ScreenBeam’s 1100 Plus, users can wirelessly present and collaborate with remote participants through their UC platform of choice and still enjoy rich audio and video content in the room for productive and uninterrupted meetings.
The ScreenBeam 1100 Plus wireless display enables easy connectivity to in-room peripherals such as cameras, microphones, and speakers, eliminating the need for dongles or cables. The OS-agnostic display also features the ScreenBeam Conference utility for more engaging BYOM conferencing experiences and requires no subscription fees.
“Yamaha’s easy-to-use unified communications solutions have brought professional-grade audio to the workspace,” said Jay Taylor, Director of Strategic Alliances for ScreenBeam. “By combining seamless content sharing with effortless conferencing, we’re creating hybrid spaces where collaboration can flourish.”
Yamaha products tested for compatibility with ScreenBeam include the RM-CG Dante-enabled Ceiling Microphone, the RM-TT Dante-enabled Tabletop Microphone, the RM-W Dante-enabled Wireless Microphone, and the CS-800 Video Sound Bar.
Both companies will exhibit their products and solutions at ISE 2023, which will be held from January 31 to February 3 at the Fira Barcelona - Gran Via Convention Center in Barcelona, Spain.
Yamaha is located in Hall 3 at booth #3E150, while ScreenBeam is exhibiting in Hall 2 at booth #2S740.
With its unique expertise and sensibilities, gained from our devotion to sound and music, Yamaha is committed to creating excitement and cultural inspiration together with people around the world. Yamaha’s dedicated unified communications department focuses on solutions that enhance communication and help organizations reach their business goals. The audio and video conferencing solutions from Yamaha make collaboration more efficient and increase productivity wherever people work. Yamaha's renowned, quality-driven approach to designing and manufacturing professional microphone systems, conference phones and video sound bars ensures superior audio quality, reliability, and flexibility. Yamaha's Conferencing and Unified Communications products are available both wired and wireless, enabling users to have natural and clear conversations in any meeting room.
ScreenBeam Inc., is a leading wireless display and conferencing innovator delivering an OS-native screen sharing experience on any modern device with agnostic support for all major video conferencing platforms for BYOM meetings. ScreenBeam solutions power seamless hybrid collaboration in any meeting or learning space, and only ScreenBeam is Microsoft’s co-engineering partner for wireless display. Headquartered in San Jose, CA, ScreenBeam has offices across the United States, Europe, and Asia.
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