Today at Enterprise Connect, Shure announced that IntelliMix Room, the first software DSP certified for Microsoft Teams Rooms on the Crestron UC-C100-T, has received expanded Microsoft Teams Rooms certification with the Lenovo™ ThinkSmart™ Core, a computing device built on the Intel vPro. Underscoring the Company’s commitment to providing seamless collaboration, this expanded certification is applicable for use cases where the Shure Microflex Ecosystem is jointly leveraged with video conferencing products from Poly, Logitech, Crestron, and Lenovo. IntelliMix Room is ideally suited for use with bundles and technology from each of these partners.
Shure IntelliMix Room is Software DSP that runs on Windows 10 in-room PCs and is designed to optimize the performance of Microflex Ecosystem solutions, achieving best-in-class audio in meetings through the implementation of echo cancellation, noise reduction, and automatic mixing technology. By expanding Microsoft Teams Rooms certification to Lenovo’s ThinkSmart Core, Shure is emphasizing the IntelliMix Room Software DSP and Microflex Ecosystem’s ability to deliver consistent, high-quality collaboration standards with multiple communication partners to rooms throughout the world.
Pairing Teams-certified Shure products with available Microsoft Teams Rooms partner kits like the Poly Studio Large Room Kit ensures thoroughly tested and reliable video conference solutions for smarter hybrid meetings. Meeting participants can be seen and heard using Shure Microflex Advance microphones with IntelliMix DSP and intelligently designed camera solutions from Poly, making even remote participants feel like they are together in the same room. In addition to a Shure and Poly solution for Microsoft Teams Rooms, combining select Microflex Ecosystem solutions with the Poly G7500 Video Conferencing System provides Zoom-certified options for quality collaboration in large rooms that is simple and versatile. Participants can tune in to every pertinent detail, regardless of the size or configuration of the space, keeping the focus on the content of the meeting and not the technology.