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.
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.
September 30, 2013
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.
September 9, 2013
AVI-SPL installs 10 eight-channel Revolabs Executive HD wireless microphone systems at Denbury Resources.
June 24, 2013
by Government Video
The U.S. government is nearing the end of the second year of a three-year pilot project in which cameras are recording federal court proceedings and streaming those proceedings online. The videos have attracted more than 175,000 views, with some law firms using the broadcasts to train lawyers.
July 27, 2012
by Government Video
Wireless microphone manufacturers are increasingly shrinking the size of their devices and making them more rugged—some even waterproof—in a quest to create a wave of unplugged mics that are easier to use with greater range and reliability.
July 17, 2012
by University Business
What single key thing must campus administrators keep in mind when considering audio options?
“The one thing that needs to be understood for an audio solution across a campus is how to implement a simple solution for all environments that will need audio. The different classroom settings make it very difficult for an administrator to come up with a one-size-fits all type of solution.” - Tim Root, CTO and executive VP of new business development, Revolabs