ClearOne Wins the Unified Communications TMC Labs Innovation Award
July 08, 2010
Technology Marketing Corporation, a global, integrated media company has granted ClearOne's INTERACT AT with the 2010 Unified Communications TMC Labs Innovation Award.
'INTERACT AT is the only system on the market today that directly interfaces by USB to a PC allowing users of Unified Communications clients to benefit from high quality conference audio in the group room,' Darrin Thurston, Vice President of Product Management for Conferencing & Collaboration products at ClearOne, said. 'INTERACT AT is a converged HD audio solution for any and all UC collaboration applications - voice, video and web, that scales from an executive office all the way up to the boardroom. The INTERACT AT is simple to install, is very affordable and is a perfect solution for any group conferencing room in a Unified Communications ecosystem.'
'ClearOne has demonstrated a commitment to quality and a commitment to the further development of the unified communications industry through INTERACT AT,' Tom Keating, CTO and TMC Labs executive editorial director at TMC, said. 'ClearOne deserves this great honor, and I look forward to seeing more solutions from them as they continue improving the future of the UC industry.'
'We're proud to grant ClearOne with a Unified Communications TMC Labs Innovation Award,' Rich Tehrani, TMC CEO, stated. 'INTERACT AT is clearly deserving of recognition for its out-of-box innovation.'
Products that have demonstrated innovation, unique features, and noteworthy developments toward improving communications technology are honored with the TMC Labs Innovation Award. The TMC Labs Innovation Award is only granted to those who represent a significant contribution to the industry.
In related news, ClearOne has declared the formation of its StreamNet Ready Partner Program which is intended for producers who aim at leveraging and completely realizing their product potential in the fast growing AV over IP commercial audio/visual market by adopting StreamNet technology.
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Edited by Alice Straight