Wednesday, April 24, 2024
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AVWeek 658: User Experience

The video version of this episode can be found here.

Prepared For The Future

Our news is no joke, in spite of the date. We are here to bring you the biggest news and stories for the commercial AV space with the utmost sincerity. Shenanigans may happen along the way, of course, especially considering our panel this week. Joining us to discuss is Gina Sansivero from AtlasIED, George Chacko at Pace University and Justin Watts of AMD.

Yamaha is dissolving their unified communications branch. Yamaha Unified Communications’ liquidation is expected to cause a $2.5 billion net profit for the company and is scheduled for the end of June. Considering that we just came off of Enterprise Connect 2024, a show all about UC and collaboration, this news is a swerve. We look at what this means for the company and the industry as a whole moving forward.

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We are thankfully a good distance away from the Covid-19 pandemic. It was a time of great upheaval in tech spaces between accommodating for work from home, network infrastructures and supply chains just to name a few. Some of these solutions were a quick fix. What’s happening to those same pieces now that we’ve stabilized? What stays and what goes? Discussing the process of restructuring tech in different spaces.

Q-SYS has launched the Q-SYS Control for Zoom Rooms App. It is exactly what it says on the tin. Integrators and IT can now utilize third-party room controls through the app for supported Zoom Rooms consoles. interoperability like this is handy for running an entire room through a Q-SYS panel. What does it mean to have all your control under one device?

Links to sources: Notes:
  • AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
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