Singapore - Apr. 10, 2018 - Yamaha Music (Asia) Pte Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary company of Yamaha Corporation announced its engagement to expand product portfolio for Unified Communications (UC) solutions. The Yamaha CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System for huddle rooms and the Yamaha YVC-1000MS, a USB speakerphone certified for Skype for Business will be available through Yamaha Music Asia in Singapore from April 2018.
Yamaha Music Asia established in Singapore for over 50 years and is the market leader in Singapore’s musical instrument industry. The company’s Professional Audio Division was set up 35 years ago and had been actively involved in the sales & marketing of Yamaha digital mixing consoles, digital signal processors, power amplifiers and loudspeaker.
“With the valuable addition of Yamaha UC products to our current line-up of Yamaha commercial audio products, Yamaha Music Asia will be able to deliver a wider range of products and a total system solution to our business partners and customers in this industry” said Lawrence Tan, Assistant General Manager of Yamaha Music Asia.
The recently launched Yamaha CS-700 Video Sound Collaboration System for huddle rooms is an all-in-one wall-mounted UC solution engineered to simplify installation and deployment while ensuring the highest quality audio and video in huddle and small meeting spaces. It is the first solution that optimizes audio, video, and collaboration capabilities in a wall-mounted system, creating an intuitive meeting experience. It boasts an adaptive beamforming microphone array, which guarantees that every word is perfectly captured and delivered to the far end; four Yamaha speaker elements to provide the highest degree of audio intelligibility; and a wide-angle HD camera that captures every meeting participant in clear detail. Through a single USB cable, it is ready to connect to an organization's chosen UC platform, such as Skype for Business, Cisco® Spark, GoToConference™, Zoom, and many others. This plug-and-play approach allows users to get started quickly without wrestling with disparate audio, video, and collaboration components.