Watch: University of California at Berkeley Uses Just one System to Control Education Technology

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Chou Hall at the Ross School of Business at UC-Berkeley is 80,000-square-feet, but uses just one unified AV system. The university’s technology is provided by TEECOM, a company local to the Bay Area in nearby Oakland.

The technology is used in eight classrooms, 31 breakout rooms, a cafe and an event space. Three new AV rooms operate the entire system, providing audio and visual technology for the program of 2,300 students. The end result is a collaborative, flexible and seamless learning experience.


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