Category AV Everywhere

The Value of Huddle Spaces

If you’ve heard about huddle spaces but never got a handle on what they mean or why they matter in the workplace, this three-minute video is a solid introduction. You’ll learn:

  • What are huddle spaces
  • Why they are valuable
  • Do’s and don’ts for creating huddle spaces
  • The type of solutions that companies like Crestron and Polycom are creating for huddle spaces
  • AVI-SPL’s ability to create these spaces for your organization

After watching the video below, you may still have questions. I encourage you to connect with the AVI-SPL experts to answer them so you can take a positive step toward improving the way your company works: sales@avispl.com or 866-559-8197.

Webinar Recording: Polycom Solutions Work With Microsoft Teams

Randy Wintle, UC Architect for Polycom, looks at the partnership between Polycom and Microsoft and how it brings a positive, productive user experience to any meeting room.  Randy discusses:

  • Polycom support for Microsoft Teams
  • Polycom RealConnect and its ability to bridge VTC rooms and Microsoft meetings
  • Skype Room System, v2
  • Polycom MSR and its interoperability with the Skype Room System
  • Polycom devices for Surface Hub

Randy explains why Polycom should be used in your collaboration rooms by pointing to the way its solutions solve meeting-room challenges.

Download “Polycom Solutions for Microsoft Teams” >

The Managed Services Platform for Your Control Room

The well-designed control room is the result of expertise in video display hardware, software controls, and the streamlined user experience that come together to provide the most optimal situational awareness and reliability. It also comes from working closely with our clients so that they have the functionality that works exactly as they expect. AVI-SPL’s Control Room Group (CRG) delivers that expertise for all types of organizations around the world, including departments of transportation, military operations, energy utilities, and emergency management centers.

With the release of Unify ME™ Symphony 4.1, which is the platform at the heart of AVI-SPL’s managed services, CRG offers a support resource for taking a proactive approach to maintaining and servicing your mission critical systems. Benefits include:

  • Reducing the client’s cost of system maintenance for large, complex video wall installations
  • Reducing and/ or preventing system downtime through proactive monitoring of system components

Because control rooms vary in security protocols, Unify ME Symphony adapts to each environment’s needs and collects the data that lets staff know their systems are running efficiently and where it can be improved for better performance. Whether Symphony is used as part of AVI-SPL’s on-premise or off-premise managed services, it complements the CRG designed and integrated system along with its 24/7 customer support services to produce better business outcomes and a better user experience.

Connect with the Control Room Group at 888-619-9083.

 

 

Webinar Recording: Shure on Audio Technology

Learn about microphone technology in application, how the microphone works, and how to choose the right technology for your application when you listen to this AVI-SPL-hosted webinar. Michael Moore, Market Development for Shure, looks at topics related to microphone deployment, audio challenges, and select Shure product features.

  • Basics of acoustics and microphones (including speaker-to-noise ratio)
  • How to improve sound intelligibility
  • The three types of microphones
  • Advantages of digital audio (control, audio, security)
  • FCC spectrum update (and its impact on wireless systems)
  • Shure products (DDS 5900, DCS 6000, ADX 2018, MXA910, and more)

Get the recording for “Advancing Audio Conferencing Technology” >

Webinar November 1: Enterprise-Grade Network AV

On Wed., November 1, at 1 p.m. EST, learn how to leverage your organization’s existing infrastructure to deliver a secure, managed network AV solution with a consistent user experience in every space. Rob Carter of Crestron will explain that you can get the same quality and reliability over the network as you do with your current HDBaseT systems. He will also cover a number of related topics:

  • How to provide a consistent user/meeting experience
  • How to easily deploy and maintain technology spaces
  • Crestron’s compatibility with your existing infrastructure
  • Meeting your company’s security requirements

Register for Crestron’s “Enterprise-Grade Network AV” >

About the presenter
With nearly 10 years of experience in the AV industry, Rob Carter is the Technology Manager for DigitalMedia at Crestron Electronics and as such is responsible for the overall development and success of Crestron’s DigitalMedia product line. Before getting into product and technology management, he worked as a firmware engineer at Crestron and was intimately involved in the overall design and development of the DigitalMedia product line. Rob holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.