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Yamaha Announces New Name for Revolabs and New Conference Solution

The Yamaha YAI-1 Conference Ensemble delivers the "best audio performance for today’s UC applications"

Yamaha Announces New Name for Revolabs and New Conference Solution

As part of Yamaha Corporation’s drive to accelerate its unified communications (UC) business in the global market, Yamaha announced that its 100-percent subsidiary Revolabs has changed its company name to Yamaha Unified Communications, Inc., effective as of June 1, 2018.

Founded in 2005, Revolabs has developed, manufactured, and marketed remote conferencing systems, wireless microphone systems, and other UC products. Since becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha in 2014, it has played a role in Yamaha’s growing UC business activities.
Striving to further develop the company’s UC business globally, Yamaha has changed the corporate name of Revolabs to clearly indicate its relationship with the Yamaha Group. Through this change, Yamaha will work to raise the recognition of the Yamaha brand and increase its corporate value by providing customers with superior products and services.

Yamaha Unified Communications has also announced the debut of a professional audio conferencing solution specifically engineered for seamless and easy installation out of the box into boardrooms and large conference rooms utilising UC applications. Available only in North America, the Yamaha YAI-1 Conference Ensemble is a preconfigured USB audio system that achieves optimum audio in and audio out for an organisation’s chosen UC platform.

“All organisations are moving toward UC applications — even in larger conferencing spaces. While these solutions provide a great way to communicate, they don’t include the equipment or USB audio inputs and outputs necessary to maintain consistent, professional-grade communication throughout a meeting,” said Phil Marechal, VP of business development and product management, Yamaha Unified Communications

“The Yamaha YAI-1 Conference Ensemble meets the toughest audio expectations within these rooms, with all the required components to achieve best audio capture and best audio output while maximising installation and configuration efficiencies.”

The ready-to-install professional audio system comprises an eight-channel Executive Elite wireless microphone package, two VXL 1-16 PoE speaker arrays, a preconfigured digital signal processor, a five-port PoE switch, Dante AVIO USB adapter, and cabling. Once set up, the Yamaha YAI-1 Conference Ensemble is ready to connect to an organisation’s chosen UC platform through a single USB cable, such as Skype for Business, Cisco Webex, GoToConference, Zoom, BlueJeans, Amazon Chime and many others. Ensuring that every participant can hear and be heard clearly, the bundle includes two 16-element PoE powered line array speakers that deliver high-quality audio throughout the room and a wireless microphone system that enables flexible, superior audio capture and stress-free conversation. The system is available in two microphone options: an eight-gooseneck microphone package for boardrooms, or seven table-top microphones and one wearable microphone for presentation flexibility in conference rooms.

Utilising Yamaha’s advanced audio engineering expertise, the system features adaptive AEC algorithms and dynamic microphone mixing technology that drives the best-in-class audio experience and allows enterprise IT departments to enhance the AV offering in the room with a professional, easy-to-install system.

The Yamaha YAI-1 Conference Ensemble expands Yamaha’s family of UC solutions. From home offices, huddle rooms, medium to large conference rooms and boardrooms, Yamaha Unified Communications devices satisfy the critical requirement of pristine audio for virtual meetings. The company’s YVC-200, YVC-300, YVC-1000, FLX UC 500, FLX UC 1000, and FLX UC 1500 conference phones, along with the CS-700 Video Sound Bar, feature powerful, high-fidelity audio capabilities that combine premium loudspeaker, microphones, and audio technology such as acoustic echo cancellation, ultrawide frequency response, and full duplex support. The result is incredibly clear-sounding audio for video- and audio-conferencing, softphone calls, or webinars with USB ports that make it easy to connect to any PC, Apple Mac, or Google Chromebook and improve users’ communications experience for whichever collaboration software they use, no matter the room size.

Visit Yamaha Unified Communications at InfoComm 2018 on Booth N1227


About Yamaha Unified Communications
Audio and video conferencing solutions from Yamaha Unified Communications, Inc. streamline collaboration and boost productivity wherever people work. Yamaha’s renowned and rigorous approach to development and manufacturing of enterprise-grade microphone systems, conference phones, and video sound bars ensures superior audio quality, reliability, and flexibility. With both wired and wireless options, Yamaha’s unified communications (UC) products enable users to have natural, clear conversations in every meeting space.

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