Our Microsoft Teams Room systems bring Microsoft Teams into every meeting space, ensuring your teams get the highest quality and consistent experience, wherever they choose to work from. We supply, install and support:
- Microsoft Teams accredited solutions and technologies
- Leading solutions from Neat, Poly, Yealink and more
- MTR Solutions for training rooms and extra-large workspaces
- MTR Solutions for large meeting rooms and boardrooms
- Teams solutions for huddle spaces and small-medium spaces
- Flexible audio solutions for Microsoft
- Integration solutions including cloud video interoperability services
We have been integrating video and audio solutions into meeting spaces for over 20 years, and are a fully accredited partner of the leading Microsoft Teams Room system providers including Yealink, Poly, Neat, Logitech and Crestron. We provide all the AV technologies to support your solution including AV integration, Interactive displays and Room Booking systems from Lenovo, HP, Logitech, Biamp and more.
Are you looking to:
- Bring Teams into the meeting room?
- Enable your Teams to communicate with professional room, desktop and mobile endpoints?
- Improve audio for your Teams meetings with optimised and certified devices?
- Connect Skype for Business Users to Teams users?
- Communicate with customers and partners who are not utilising Microsoft Teams?
Talk to us today to find out more about what’s available for Teams now and into the future.
There are certified Cloud Video Interoperability (CVI) services certified to work with Microsoft Teams:
We are able to offer remote live demonstrations on a selection of these products – get in touch to find out more.
To discuss the differences, or to trial the service in your Teams environment, give us a call and we will help you understand what’s best for your needs.
Why a Microsoft Teams Room System?
Microsoft Teams Room Systems are certified by Microsoft to work seamlessly in the Microsoft world.
They enable your employees to move between workspaces – whether their home desktop, laptop or meeting room – and experience the same teams-tailored Microsoft experience, rather than switching between technologies dependent upon the room they are in.
These simple to use solutions provide integration with all the Microsoft workspace features for simple connectivity, dialling, sharing and scheduling, improving productivity and cost effectiveness of your investment.
Talk to us today to find out the range of MTR systems available, arrange a demonstration or to talk about your requirements and needs for Microsoft Teams in the meeting room.
Latest New Features to be released from Microsoft:
According to Greg Baribault, Head of Product for Teams Rooms at Microsoft. “It is our biggest release of the year, including four features that I think you’ll really love.”
Cloud IntelliFrame makes participants in a meeting room appear similar to remote attendees where the camera used is non-AI, helping pick up on facial expressions and other non-verbal cues as if they were there in person.
Intelliframe, for intelligent cameras, enables multi-stream video, face recognition of in-room participants, active speaker recognition, attributed voice-based transcription and panoramic 180° views from front-of-room cameras and 360° views from centre-of-room cameras.
Front-Row unified backgrounds and video segmentation removes individual backgrounds, adjusts a video participant’s size and applies a uniform background to make it appear that remote participants are in the same room. This is intended to reduce distractions and make it easier for people in the room to feel connected to remote meeting participants. This feature is turned ON by default but can be disabled via XML.
Spatial audio in Front Row experience makes it possible to use stereo speakers to make listening to remote attendees a more natural experience. Audio is played closer to the physical location of remote participants on a Front Row screen layout, to make it feel like the remote people are in the room and reduce meeting fatigue. This feature is turned OFF by default but can be enabled via XML.
You can read the full Microsoft Release Notes here!