In the News

On the Circuit

April 1, 2014
by Sound and Video Contractor

The first news to break was the Yamaha acquisition of Revolabs. Since it's debut in 2005, Revolabs has captured technology awards and influenced the teleconferencing and wireless microphone categories—pushing innovations and spurring competition from established players like Audio-Technica

Inside Revolabs’ Decision to Sell to Yamaha

March 27, 2014
by Commercial Integrator

The deal allows Massachusetts company Revolabs to flourish, build its brand, and expand its customer base with Yamaha.

Yamaha Has Eye On Conference Market After Buying Revolabs

March 25, 2014
by InAVate

Yamaha Corporation has snapped up voice communication and audio product manufacturer Revolabs as it eyes up a growing market in conference room equipment.

Revolabs Unveils FLX UC 1000 IP Conference Phone

March 17, 2014
by Rave Publications

Revolabs just announced the FLX UC 1000 IP conference phone with SIP call and USB audio support. Integrated with four microphones and support for SIP, the speakerphone is aimed for both on-premises and in the cloud conferencing.

Special Report: Corporate AV

March 14, 2014
by Sound and Video Contractor

Special Report: Corporate AV- The Evolution of Conference Spaces

Revolabs introduces the FLX UC 500 USB conference phone and the Executive Elite wireless microphone system.

Seamless UC - SCN Q&A with Tim Root

January 30, 2014
by AVNetwork - System Contractor News

Enterprise Unified Communications Starts With an Acceptable Audio Solution

Bold Engineering 2013 “30 Most Innovative Products”

December 26, 2013
by Sound & Video Contractor

Revolabs Executive HD MaxSecure Named on 30 Most Innovative Products List

"12 Tactics of Highly Effective Audio Coaches" Whitepaper

December 10, 2013
By Holger Stoltze, Audio Coach, Revolabs
Article from Commercial Integrator
These powerful solutions will help integrators and system designers overcome conferencing challenges.

PC Versus Appliance-Based UC Solutions: Who Has the Advantage and How Do They Work?

November 15, 2013
by Systems Contractor News
By Tim Root, CTO, in Systems Contractor News – Page 24
Traditional videoconferencing telepresence systems use internal multipoint control units to join up to nine different call points.  Each call point can be equipped with several audio inputs, such as up to eight echo-canceling microphone channels within a single device.  PC-based architectures have minimal video interfaces and limited audio interface capabilities, hindering audio quality since microphone placement is an important factor for audio clarity.  This sidebar article in SCN contrasts the two architectures, their performance capabilities, and highlights opportunities afforded by the performance gap.

Kathea Named Revolabs Distributor

September 30, 2013
by IT-Online

Kathea, a local distributor of video collaboration (VC) and unified communication (UC) solutions, has expanded its offering to the southern African marketplace with its appointment as the sole value-added distributor (VAD) for Revolabs, a leading manufacturer of wireless audio solutions for UC and professional audio applications.

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