Simplicity and Exceptional Audio Quality to Unified Communications
Mass. — May 13, 2014 — Revolabs Inc.
today announced that it is now shipping its Executive Elite four- and
eight-channel wireless microphone systems, the latest additions to the
company's award-winning portfolio of unified communications solutions. The
solution brings a new distributed architecture, best-in-class audio quality,
increased density, enhanced integration with room control systems, and
cloud-based management capabilities to boardroom and conference room settings.
ultra-safe AES-256 encryption with dynamic key updates every three minutes,
Revolabs' Executive Elite™ enables total flexibility with AVB, analog, and USB
audio output capabilities. Further facilitating installations, the system's
all-new distributed architecture allows the solution's remote antenna receiver
and base units to connect via a standard Cat 6 cable with power over Ethernet
(PoE) support — allowing the remote antenna receiver to be placed in the same
room as wireless microphones to improve wireless connectivity and simplify setups.
Elite is completely redefining the wireless microphone experience in
large-scale deployments," said Marc Cremer, COO at Revolabs. "With
expanded flexibility, incredible audio quality, and an elegant microphone
design, the new solution solves a number of traditional issues including the
need for bulletproof security and simpler microphone system
Elite's redesigned microphones feature an elegant Fortune 500 look, superior
audio pickup, improved signal-to-noise ratio, easy operation, and enhanced
digital signal communication over wireless links. The system also introduces
gooseneck microphones to the omnidirectional and directional tabletop series,
wearable microphones, and XLR/mini-XLR adapters. Using the latest battery technology
and power-saving features, the microphones allow up to 20 hours of talk time
and 72 standby hours, even with receivers up to 300 feet away.
comparing Revolabs' Executive Elite to our existing ceiling microphone setup,
the difference in audio quality was night and day," said Keith Gustafson,
director of technology at MSpace. "Executive Elite's microphones were
louder, clearer, and our conferencing participants were able to notice a
significant improvement in the new system's signal-to-noise ratio. The
combination of crystal-clear audio and beautiful design makes Executive Elite a
truly impressive system; we look forward to implementing the solution for both
our audio and video calls going forward."
beyond the system's standard four or eight microphone channels, multiple
Executive Elite receivers can be linked to utilize up to 44 (Americas) or 76
(rest-of-world) microphones in a single room. Administrators can monitor and
control all microphones via USB, RS232, or Ethernet interfaces locally, or use
a new cloud-based management environment for remote command and control
capabilities including third-party managed installations.