Microsoft Teams is the top collaboration and conferencing platform and continues to grow in popularity. With offices transitioning to a hybrid work...
What Does It Mean to Be Teams Certified?
Benefits of Microsoft Teams & Shure Partnership
Certified Solutions From Yealink & Shure For Large Rooms
Microsoft Teams is the top collaboration and conferencing platform and continues to grow in popularity. The process of creating Teams-enabled meeting spaces requires IT managers to curate flexible and reliable spaces that provide users with the confidence their hybrid meetings will work every time. To accomplish this, it’s critical to find the right AV and UC solutions that are compatible and provide the unique capabilities your team needs. Every Microsoft Teams Room starts with the same few pieces to the puzzle: a Microsoft Teams Rooms license, a compute, some form of control, and the audio and video components. So, to help make the process of finding the right solutions easier, we created this guide to break down what you need to create Teams Rooms with certified AV solutions from Shure and Yealink.
“More than 60% of the US Fortune 500 have chosen to use Microsoft Teams Rooms, according to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.“ Source: AV Interactive, Microsoft Teams Rooms chosen by 60% of Fortune 50
Everyone has experienced a frustrating meeting with bad sound or video glitches. Using devices certified for Teams Rooms is a great way to avoid these hiccups and create a stellar meeting experience for everyone involved. The certification process for Teams Rooms requires time and effort from both Microsoft Teams and the brands certifying devices. Completing the certification process involves rigorous testing of products to pass a series of tests, ensuring a seamless and reliable meeting experience with Teams Rooms and other certified products.
Meeting spaces continue to evolve. Partnerships between leading brands in the video conferencing space make the process of building and deploying your collaboration spaces as frictionless as possible. One advantage of using certified products is that it eliminates risk. Acquiring the coveted Teams Rooms certification includes vigorous testing to achieve specifications set by Microsoft and guarantees a product’s compatibility in a Teams Room. Shure Integrated conferencing ecosystems are developed and engineered with certification in mind to deliver quality from the outset. A dedicated team of engineers at Shure is focused on product certification. They internally test and evaluate Shure solutions using Teams Rooms performance specs, monitor progress with third-party testing labs, and even assist in real-world trials for consistency and compatibility. In addition to required testing for certification, Shure partners with leading unified communication brands to test so it’s easy to find complete room solutions and suggestions to fit all your needs, without having to guess which systems work well together.
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2ft and 4ft models
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IntelliMix® Room DSP software
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