Nimans has taken delivery of Revolabs’ latest audio conferencing innovation which has earned international acclaim.
The new FLX UC 1000 IP and USB conference phone was one of the winners in the 2015 Unified Communications Product of the Year Awards as judged by TMC’s Internet Telephony magazine.
“For more than 20 years, TMC has been honouring technology companies with awards in various categories,” explained Nimans’ Head of Conferencing Sales, Ian Brindle. “These awards are regarded as some of the most prestigious and respected in the communications and technology sector worldwide. Winners represent prominent players in the market who consistently demonstrate the advancement of technologies.”
The Revolabs FLX UC 1000 innovation is a compact unified communications solution that supports both USB and VoIP connectivity and even bridges calls between the two. Two speaker elements and four embedded directional microphones provide full 360- degree coverage for exceptional audio performance.
The new addition is complemented by the FLX UC 500 USB audio conferencing solution, with its “best-in-class” audio performance changing the price / performance paradigm in huddle room and small-to-medium-sized conferencing environments. Also part of Nimans’ portfolio is the multi-award-winning FLX 2 wireless IP conference phone offering unprecedented levels of freedom by incorporating wireless microphone and speaker technology.
Brindle says all the stylish devices open up new ways for resellers to ‘talk-up’ their conferencing kit-bags, with Revolabs now part of the Yamaha family of technology solutions.
He concluded: “Nimans and Revolabs are two highly respected industry names and by working even closer together, our resellers have a deeper and more dynamic product portfolio to address the needs of their customers and their increasingly mobile-centric workforces. Conference calls can now take place much more intuitively in a wider range of locations thanks to outstanding audio performance and all-round flexibility of Revolabs’ latest innovations.”