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  • October 11, 2022

Dante AV is the backbone of unified communications as Audinate, Yamaha and Bolin offer comprehensive multi-brand solution

PORTLAND, Ore., October 11, 2022— Underscoring the preeminence of Dante AV as the interoperable, scalable, actionable backbone for unified communications, Audinate, Bolin and Yamaha have joined together to offer a single system that couples Yamaha’s ADECIA Conferencing systems with Bolin’s high-performing 4K and Full HD Dante AV-native PTZ cameras, to provide systems integrators and end-users with a system to create collaboration spaces with perfectly-timed audio and video on one network switch.

“This collaboration with Yamaha and Bolin highlights the power of Dante AV and its ability to unite incredible technology partners in a way that ultimately makes it easier for people to create and operate systems that better meet their needs,” said Joshua Rush, Chief Marketing Officer, Audinate.

Yamaha ADECIA is a family of audio products designed to be easily installed and integrated to provide communications solutions for meeting spaces or classroom audio. The ADECIA solutions help overcome challenges with implementation, configuration and room acoustics by providing all components required for a successful installation (microphones, speakers, audio processor and switch) and automatic technologies that reduce set up time, costs and complexities. The system offers three microphone options – ceiling, wired tabletop and wireless.

Commenting on the solution, Michelle Baeza, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Yamaha Unified Communications said today, “The combined impact of proven experts on audio, video, transport and control coming together to offer one comprehensive UC system is something integrators and end-users have asked for and which we can now deliver upon with this partnership.Yamaha and Audinate’s long standing relationship is even further bonded with new  offerings focused around this latest technology and Bolin’s unique Dante AV cameras.”

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