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Nureva’s HDL pro series audio conferencing systems now certified for Zoom Rooms

Nureva Inc. offers patented Microphone Mist technology for improved audio in IT spaces, including HDL310 and HDL410 audio conferencing systems. Its technology ensures clear, reliable listening experiences for remote participants.

Nureva Inc. has announced that its HDL310 and HDL410 audio conferencing systems have been certified as pro audio devices for larger Zoom Rooms. These systems, featuring Nureva’s patented Microphone Mist™ technology, meet Zoom’s rigorous standards for audio performance and functionality, including directional audio, integrated call control, and automatic device registration. They are designed for easy installation and management in large spaces such as classrooms, boardrooms, and training areas.

The certification addresses the growing demand for high-performing audio solutions in large Zoom-enabled spaces, driven by the increasing prevalence of remote collaboration. Many organizations face challenges with underpowered systems for large rooms or the complexity and cost of traditional pro AV setups. Nureva’s HDL pro series offers a cost-effective, easy-to-deploy, and manage solution that ensures superior audio performance and seamless integration with Zoom Rooms, providing confidence in performance, integration, and security for IT professionals.

Nureva Inc., an innovator of advanced audio conferencing solutions, announces that its HDL310 and HDL410 systems have been certified as pro audio devices for larger Zoom Rooms. Meeting the rigorous standards of one of the world’s most popular collaboration platforms, the systems are certified by Zoom for a combination of audio performance and Zoom Room functionality. This includes directional audio capability, integrated call control and automatic device registration. As USB devices, the HDL pro series systems can be easily incorporated into the design of virtually any larger Zoom-enabled space, including classrooms, boardrooms and training spaces. The systems combine one or two wall-mounted microphone and speaker bars with a small connect module to cover spaces up to 35′ x 55′ (10.7 x 16.8 m). They can be installed in under an hour and auto-calibrate to the acoustic properties of the room at initial start-up and continuously thereafter. This streamlined setup is made possible by Nureva’s patented Microphone Mist™ technology, which fills a room with thousands of virtual microphones to deliver the audio pickup and clarity required for an inclusive meeting experience regardless of where participants are located or facing. Monitoring and management of the systems is quick and easy with Nureva® Console, a secure, cloud-based platform.

Zoom quickly emerged as one of the world’s most popular UC&C platforms, with 350 million daily meeting and learning participants and 213,000 enterprise customers. As the platform grows, so does the need for high-performing Zoom Room solutions that can be deployed cost-effectively at scale to enable remote collaboration. For larger spaces, many organizations struggle to find audio solutions that effectively meet this need. Plug and play audio systems designed for small spaces are underpowered for larger spaces, while multicomponent pro AV systems can be expensive and complex to set up and manage. Nureva’s HDL pro series audio systems address these challenges, providing uncompromised performance in large and extra-large spaces in a plug and play solution that is easy to deploy and manage at scale. They are the ideal audio component for any larger Zoom Rooms rollout that requires a combination of pro audio performance, rapid implementation and painless remote management. Nureva also has ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, the world’s best-known standard for information security management. This, along with Zoom Room certification, gives IT professionals the confidence that Nureva products deliver the highest standards of performance, integration and security.

“The demand to outfit large numbers of Zoom-enabled spaces continues to grow as remote collaboration becomes the norm across a broad range of meeting and learning use cases,” said Nancy Knowlton, Nureva’s CEO. “With this certification we are excited to offer IT professionals a streamlined and cost-effective option for deploying Zoom-certified audio in larger spaces where traditional solutions are often costly and complex to set up and maintain.”


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