Crestron Debuts Web Conferencing Systems
- By Dian Schaffhauser
has developed a new line of tabletop conferencing systems that
provide for "one-touch" web meetings for small work spaces,
such as home offices. The Crestron
seven-inch touch screen;
pickup range of 10 feet;
network security; and
capability of being remotely provisioned, controlled and managed.
models also include an ultra-wide-angle high-definition camera with a
150-degree diagonal field of view.
are three basic versions:
MM30-TA, with a retail price of $750, accommodates Microsoft Teams
audio-only meetings; and
or MM30-Z, priced at $3,000 each, comes with native Microsoft Teams
or Zoom video-conferencing support (and the camera).
pandemic has dramatically shifted the way we work and the spaces we
work in," said Andrew Gross, director of unified communications
for the enterprise at Crestron, in a press release. "Microsoft
Teams and Zoom are household names, huddle rooms and conference
spaces are being redefined to team units, and our desks are overrun
with migratory devices that are never ready for the next video call.
Crestron is quickly engineering products to solve these problems."
Dian Schaffhauser is a former senior contributing editor for 1105 Media's education publications THE Journal, Campus Technology and Spaces4Learning.