Following the collaboration agreement, they launched the solution Giabra PanaCast 50 Room System, which seeks to help companies upgrade their conference room technology to improve hybrid work.
The complete plug and play room system is new to Jabra and is certified and preloaded with Teams Rooms software.
“The typical meeting isn’t what it used to be and it’s time for meeting room technology to catch up,” he said. Aurangzeb Khan, senior vice president of Jabra Intelligent Vision Systems. “We are thrilled to marry the capabilities of the PanaCast 50 with Lenovo’s innovative solutions that help offices foster inclusive and interactive meetings for all, no matter where they are. The system works at the push of a button and can seamlessly connect employees, both in person and from home. “
System includes Jabra PanaCast 50 e Lenovo ThinkSmart Core Kit. PanaCast 50 delivers groundbreaking 4K 180-degree panoramic video and works with Microsoft Teams’ front row room layout to make hybrid meetings more inclusive and engaging.
ThinkSmart Core Kit included Think Smart Core y ThinkSmart Controllera 10.1-inch 10-point HD touchscreen display that lets you start and control meetings, as well as share content and work with colleagues working remotely.
“The shift to hybrid work has led to an increase in demand for video-enabled conference rooms, which is why we are partnering with companies like Jabra and Lenovo to develop Microsoft Teams rooms,” he said. Albert Kooiman, senior director of Microsoft Teams Devices Partner Engineering and Certification. “The combination of Jabra and Lenovo hardware with Microsoft Teams software allows users to experience key Teams features such as the front row and smart camera, both for those in the meeting room and those outside the meeting room. distance”.
The new suite of products offers everything you need to set up a Microsoft Teams Room or Teams Rooms. The 180-degree view of the Jabra PanaCast 50 allows all participants to be seen, regardless of where they are seated.
This is further enhanced by Dynamic composition, a smart camera technology that Jabra co-developed with Microsoft and launched earlier this year. It helps bridge the gap between meeting attendees and those in the distance by providing a close-up view of attendees speaking.
Lenovo ThinkSmart Core is equipped with an 11th generation Intel Core vPro processor and offers connectivity to support any meeting room configuration. Its sleek design also allows for discreet placement and has ports to support various audio and video accessories, as well as integrated cable management.
ThinkSmart Controller’s intuitive Teams Rooms interface makes it ideal for meetings and collaborations. It has built-in infrared sensors that detect when attendees enter the room and automatically turn the system on and off.
“We are excited to partner with Jabra to offer companies a way to bring their conference rooms into the era of hybrid work,” said Shannon MacKAy, general manager, Worldwide Smart Collaboration Business, Lenovo. “Combining the power of our ThinkSmart Core solution with the Jabra PanaCast 50 intelligent video system and Microsoft Teams Rooms technology will enable us to enable users to have more productive and inclusive meetings no matter where the attendees are.”
Building on the initial offering made available in EMEA last year, this joint solution is the latest complete room system for Jabra’s teams.
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