‘Organisations are increasingly relying on UC platforms such as Zoom’
USA - Biamp has announced that its line of Parlé all-in-one video and audio-conferencing bars are now certified for Zoom Rooms.
The Zoom certified Parlé bars offer peace of mind and security to integrators, installers, information technology personnel, and end users, assuring them that the product is validated to work seamlessly within the rigorous standards of the Zoom Rooms unified communication (UC) platform and provide extraordinary 4K video and audio-conferencing experiences in small-to-medium sized Zoom Rooms.
The Parlé family of conferencing bars includes the Parlé VBC 2500 video conferencing bar and the Parlé ABC 2500 audio conferencing bar, as well as the Parlé VBC 2500a and Parlé ABC 2500a conferencing bars that include a discrete output for Assistive Listening Systems.
“Enabling seamless collaboration between offices, remote workers, and those travelling is now the standard for creating an effective, productive work environment. To get there, organisations are increasingly relying on UC platforms such as Zoom, but they also require effective conferencing hardware,” said Joe Andrulis, executive vice president of corporate development, Biamp.
“The Zoom certification of our Parlé conferencing bars expands our portfolio of video conferencing solutions designed for small and medium Zoom Rooms, enabling extraordinary collaboration for participants in the room or around the globe.”
The Parlé family of conferencing bars includes built-in Beamtracking microphones to actively track and intelligently mix conversations from around the room; smart loudspeakers for superior speech reproduction; and advanced signal processing with integrated echo cancellation and AI noise reduction- all within one plug-and-play package.
“Zoom certification ensures that IT managers can easily and confidently implement video conferencing solutions across their Zoom Rooms and our recent certification of the Biamp Parlé conferencing bars empowers users to experience unparalleled audio and video performance in these spaces,” said Eric Yu, hardware partnerships at Zoom.

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