Airtame Partners with Jabra to Revolutionize Hybrid Video Conferencing

June 26, 2024
MarketScale

 

As hybrid work continues to reshape the modern workspace, Airtame’s partnership with Jabra introduces a game-changing solution for hybrid video conferencing. The collaboration leverages cutting-edge technology to enhance user experience, ensuring seamless communication across diverse meeting environments. This timely partnership responds to the growing need for reliable and efficient hybrid conferencing tools.

How can businesses streamline their hybrid video conferencing setup with this new technology?

Brian Drake, a Pro AV Specialist at Airtame, delves into the specifics of this partnership and its benefits. Here’s what you need to know:

  • Comprehensive Coverage: The Jabra PanaCast 50, with its 180-degree field of view and AI features, ensures clear visuals and audio for every participant, whether framing the entire room, tracking active speakers, or focusing on specific individuals.
  • Seamless Integration: Airtame Hub connects effortlessly with the Jabra PanaCast 50, offering a user-friendly setup managed via Airtame’s cloud portal. This integration simplifies the video conferencing process, making it intuitive for users and easy for IT support.
  • Cost Efficiency: This solution reduces the need for additional hardware, driving down the total cost of ownership while maintaining high-quality performance across various meeting spaces.

This partnership addresses current technological demands and sets a new standard for future hybrid conferencing solutions. For more information, visit airtame.com/jabra.

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