Millions of organizations have moved to a hybrid working model, enabling people to work from anywhere. But successfully adopting a hybrid working strategy isn't just about where you work. It's about how you work. It’s about enabling a culture that fosters team engagement, strengthens human connection, and delivers communication and collaboration equity.
The demand for more inclusive meeting environments has led to an accelerated need for superior, collaborative hardware that works seamlessly with your UC platform of choice, this demand is the driving force behind organizations deploying immersive solutions that bring teams together in an immersive environment that supports productive working, and that’s where Google Meet Series One by Avocor enters the story.
Avocor and Google have a strategic, global partnership to create more immersive meeting experiences for people around the world. Together, we have developed two solutions designed to create an immersive experience through high-quality video conferencing and intuitive whiteboarding, combined with an effortless Google Meet hardware solution that is suitable for wherever and however people want to meet.
Google Meet Series One by Avocor is comprised of two, unique solutions - Desk 27 and Board 65, each delivering the immersive experience you would expect from Google Meet Series One hardware.
Series One devices give everyone a seat at the meeting table, creating equity through superior video and TrueVoiceⓇ audio, supported by Google AI and a dedicated processor. You can even start your meeting with a single tap, or just say “Hey Google, start my meeting.”
Increase interactivity in your meetings and keep meeting participants fully engaged by whiteboard or annotating ideas in real-time using the stylus or even your finger, all on the integrated digital display screen.
The powerful EPTZ camera delivers a wide field of view and features auto-frame for the perfect shot, every time.
Monitor the status of all deployed devices, including settings, and enable firmware updates remotely from the console. Users can also collect Google Meet analytics through the console for ROI purposes.