Devio forms the huddle

Devio forms the huddle

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Biamp Systems is taking the beam-forming microphone trend into the huddle space with its Devio collaboration system. The two-part solution has the Devio CR-1 as its central hub, offering connections to a variety of devices, and the aforementioned Devio DTM-1 beam-forming mic providing the audio input.

The mic itself is an eight element unit which offers 360-degree coverage collected from three 120-degree zones, tracking voices in each zone and mixing audio from multiple zones. According to the manufacturer this format will offer remote conference participants a natural representation of the conversation as it occurs. The DTM-1 also draws on Biamp’s understanding of Acoustic Echo Cancellation and Noise Reduction to assist with the audio quality.

Moving on to the CR-1, the back panel offers two HDMI outputs to support in-room displays, a USB 2.0 port for USB web camera connectivity, and a 4-pin headset jack for phone bridging. Audio output options include an integrated 20W powered 2-pin connector for rooms using passive speaker options or an RCA-out for amplifier connection.

Once connected to the CR-1, end users can share content locally and initiate their preferred soft codec from their computer. With embedded DisplayLink USB graphics technology, Devio is able to send and receive audio and video over USB and extend the computer desktop to two displays. It also offers Auto Setup, which automates the setting of audio input and output levels. Multiple CR-1 units in an installation can be managed centrally using the Devio software administration utility (SAU) or via SNMP, and firmware and configurations can be mass-deployed.

In terms of installation options, the CR-1’s mounting clip enables it to be deployed on top of or under the room’s work surface, or even mounted on a wall behind a display. The DTM-1 can also be mounted to the table.

www.biamp.com

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