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Atlona Enables Captivating Unified Communications Experiences with High-Performance USB/Bluetooth Speakerphone

Atlona unveils the first offering in its new Captivate family of high-performance video conferencing solutions, the  AT-CAP-SP100. The new Bluetooth speakerphone is designed for use with other conferencing and unified communications platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and more.

The CAP-SP100 provides microphone and speaker audio in a single enclosure suitable for meeting rooms as well as executive and home office environments. The speakerphone provides 360-degree coverage to capture voices within a radius of up to 16 feet. Its six-element microphone array focuses audio pickup while suppressing background noises. The CAP-SP100 speakerphone is an ideal complement to Atlona’s HDVS-CAM PTZ cameras and Omega™ Series of switching, extension, and video processing solutions for a wide variety of meeting spaces.

“Choosing audio and video endpoints for soft codec videoconferencing sounds like it should be easy, but with multiple USB standards and AV signal formats, compatibility issues between different vendors’ devices and other AV infrastructure components may arise,” said Paul Krizan, Product Manager – Networked AV and Audio, Atlona. “The CAP-SP100 is a fantastic speakerphone in its own right but also integrates seamlessly with the HDVS-CAM and Omega Series to enable optimized frustration-free UC experiences. Systems integrators and end-users can now get all of the USB audio, video, and distribution components they need from Atlona, simplifying system design and order while ensuring interoperability.”

The CAP-SP100 is available now through Atlona’s global network of authorized channel partners. For more information, please visit

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