Shure, a leading global manufacturer of audio equipment, is announcing a new partnership with hybrid conferencing solutions provider Airtame, featuring an integration between the Shure Stem Ecosystem and Airtame Hybrid Conferencing Solution to simplify collaboration in bring-your-own-device (BYOD) meeting rooms.
According to the companies, the new partnership and integration announced during InfoComm 2023 is designed to take the complexity out of BYOD meeting room deployment, use and management.
Using the Airtame App, users can start a conference call on the Airtame Hub Once connected, the Airtame Hub hosts the call for all attendees in a conference room, providing a central processing unit where Stem Ecosystem devices can be integrated. This is designed to simplify audio and provide a consistent meeting experience, the companies say.
“Airtame is proud to provide a platform that is compatible with the highest quality technology available. Together, the Shure Stem Ecosystem and Airtame Hybrid Conferencing Solution provide a frictionless experience for collaboration in any setting to better support the future of work and communication,” said Jonas Gyalokay, Airtame Co-Founder, in a statement. “This strategic alliance provides end users with flexible, intuitive conferencing solutions that can adapt to shifting demands and hybrid work trends.”
Shure’s Stem Ecosystem devices provide a scalable audio solution for rooms of any size, and Stem Ecosystem devices require only a single USB connection with Airtame. This is designed to make it help IT managers avoid the time-consuming, difficult, and potentially expensive task of integration, according to Shure.
The Stem Ecosystem platform enables users to add each device to their local network and assign them within the room. With access to free software tools, the IT team can adjust device settings to the room’s unique audio environment and verify a successful installation, Shure says.
“As the need for hybrid meeting environments continues to evolve, IT managers are exploring scalable and flexible ways to create modern, BYOD conference rooms for end users,” said Julie Crawford, Manager of Global Integrated Systems Marketing at Shure, in a statement. “With our Airtame partnership, we’re thrilled to offer a convenient solution to these decision makers and end users collaborating in hybrid meeting spaces where impeccable audio and integration with their own devices are essential to success.”
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