Biamp has announced that its line of Parlé family of audio and video conferencing bars are now certified for Microsoft Teams, an assurance that the products are validated to work within the standards of the unified communication (UC) platform and help deliver 4K video conferencing experiences in small-to-medium-sized Teams Rooms.
Parlé options include the Parlé VBC 2500 video conferencing bar and the Parlé ABC 2500 audio conferencing bar as well as the Parlé VBC 2500a and Parlé ABC 2500a conferencing bars that include a discrete output for assistive listening systems.
“As organizations worldwide coalesce around hybrid work environments, those organizations that adopt Microsoft Teams need effective conferencing tools that work effortlessly within their Teams Rooms,” says Joe Andrulis, executive vice president of corporate development, Biamp. “The Microsoft Teams certification of our Parlé conferencing bars further expands our portfolio of Microsoft Teams certified solutions for small and medium spaces, ensuring that IT managers can easily and confidently implement extraordinary video conferencing solutions across their Teams Rooms, and that users can enjoy unparalleled audio and video performance in these spaces.”
Parlé conferencing bars include built-in proprietary Beamtracking microphones designed to actively track and mix conversations from around the room, smart loudspeakers for speech reproduction, and signal processing with integrated echo cancellation and AI noise reduction. The Parlé VBC 2500 and VBC 2500a also include a 4K camera with auto-framing to identify meeting participants and keep them in focus.
For easier startup of all four models, the Biamp Launch function automatically deploys tuning software that analyzes and optimizes the acoustic performance of any room at the touch of button. Parlé bars also facilitate mounting to a display panel, installation on a wall, or placement on a tabletop, and connect to the Microsoft Teams Room with a single USB.