Call One, Inc. is announcing our partnership with DTEN and adding their video conferencing systems to our portfolio.
The DTEN video solutions are an impressive combination of leading-edge technology and beautiful design. We are proud to add DTEN to our portfolio of products to help our customers equip their teams to better communicate and collaborate.” Dawn Mays, CEO, Call One, Inc.
DTEN is changing the way people connect and collaborate through immersive, video-first devices and subscription services. As the recipient of multiple international awards, DTEN is recognized for plug-and-play simplicity, superior audiovisual clarity, and fluent, elegant designs. DTEN’s solutions are found worldwide in businesses, schools, homes, and hybrid environments, delivering intuitive, high-quality, and real-life video conference experiences for every meeting space.
DTEN continues to innovate and recently introduced the DTEN D7X Multi-Platform Video Conferencing & Meeting Collaboration Solution.
DTEN is excited to be a part of Call One’s portfolio of video solution offerings. Call One is recognized as an industry leader with over 35 years of experience providing superior customer service and is exactly what DTEN values in a long-term partner. ” David Angel, GM Americas Channels, DTEN
DTEN’s portfolio includes the following:
DTEN D7X – Multi-platform All-in-One Solution
DTEN D7 for Zoom – All-in-One Solution for Zoom Rooms
DTEN ME – Personal Collaboration Device
DTEN ON – Dedicated Appliance for Zoom Rooms
DTEN GO – Collaborative Touch Solutions for Any Display
DTEN Mate – Zoom Rooms Controller & Scheduler
DTEN Flexible Services – DTEN prides itself on services as much as hardware.
As we head into the 2022 Holiday Season, I wanted to share my favorite home office technology! But first, let’s rewind to March 2020. March 2020 was the first month for most office workers to start their work-from-home journey. Reminder at the time, it was only going to be temporary. My wife and I are empty-nesters, and I was fortunate to have a dedicated home office. My wife set up her workstation on our dining room table. We all know two weeks turned into months and months into years. We have made several changes to our work-from-home environments over that time.
As a Director of Human Resources, it became impractical for my wife to remain at the dining room table. She often deals with sensitive information and needs to keep it private. After two weeks, she purchased a small desk and moved into our guest bedroom. Over time, we replaced the bedroom furniture and carpet with proper office furniture and vinyl plank floors. We converted the guest bedroom into a real home office.
Many of the changes I made are not immediately visible or noticeable. I added a work table next to my desk to film unboxing videos, stage, and charge audio and video devices. I added shelves in my home office closet to hold the additional devices. I also made some changes to the equipment I use daily.
I need to have an optimal home office setup to support the way I work and can be the most productive. As the Sr. Director of Marketing and Emerging Technology, I spend a lot of time testing professional-grade audio and video devices. I film videos to help people make more informed purchasing decisions. I also do standard office stuff. I review and respond to emails, IMs, and texts, take and make voice calls, join many video meetings, and work with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google Docs, Sheets, and other applications. My wife and I started venturing back into society and traveling again this year, so I added some new family pictures and picture frames to my home office!
Before I share our favorite home office technology, here are some changes we made to our technology and equipment, starting with my wife.
Upgraded old tower PC that required a physical network cable to a laptop that supports WiFi
Upgraded from one flat 27-inch monitor to two 32-inch Samsung Curved monitors
More display real estate improves productivity by allowing her to have multiple windows and applications open on each
Over the past few years, our hiring practices have shifted. We now employ team members across multiple states and cities.
One of my wife’s favorite pieces of technology is her Logitech Brio webcam. She states the camera helps to make her look her best compared to other cameras. I have shared several webcams with her, and she continues to stick with the Logitech Brio.
Jabra PanaCast 20
The Jabra PanaCast 20 has become my favorite webcam for several reasons.
The video quality of the Jabra PanaCast 20 is excellent across all video platforms, including Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Meet, Webex, and more! Jabra Direct provides a Camera Controller that allows me to customize the experience. I can turn on Intelligent Zoom, so the camera focuses on whether I sit straight up or lay low in my chair. The Jabra PanCast 20 Picture-in-Picture feature is an excellent feature that allows me to share a close-up of a product. Hence, people see the details while keeping my face in the video for a more engaging experience. I use this feature frequently in our YouTube videos to show the decibel level readings while I test headset mics in loud environments.
Manufacturers need to make their devices portable to support the growing hybrid workforce. The Jabra PanaCast 20 included carry case is a welcomed addition. Initially, it doesn’t seem like a big deal until you have to pack up your gear to work in a different location. A designated carry case makes it easier to pack up the camera and cable and protect them.
I have tested several cameras, and the Jabra PanaCast 20 is my favorite webcam!
Logitech Logi Dock
The Logitech Logi Dock is our absolute favorite piece of home office technology! It is a game-changer and a must-have for anyone in a dedicated office space. There is no other device I have tested or am aware of that provides the features and functionality of the Logi Dock. TIME recently revealed its list of Best Inventions of 2022, featuring 200 extraordinary innovations changing our lives. The Logitech Logi Dock is listed as a winner in the productivity category.
Logi Dock – One Cable to Laptop
My wife really dislikes clutter and cables. Before the Logi Dock, disconnecting and reconnecting our laptops to head into the office was very cumbersome and inconvenient. My wife had to crawl on the floor to disconnect the power cable from the power strip, the USB-C cable from the dock, and one of her USB devices because her original dock did not have enough USB ports to support all her peripherals. I found myself in a similar situation, except I have power strips easily accessible on the top of my desk. When testing products, it was always a challenge because of the limited USB ports. I was constantly disconnecting and reconnecting USB peripherals and devices.
The Logi Dock has a single USB-C cable that will provide power and access to all the devices and peripherals you have connected to the dock. Disconnecting and reconnecting for hybrid work is a breeze with just one cable!
Logi Dock Ports
·1 x HDMI v. 2.0 (Support up to 4K, i.e. 3840 x 2160 @60Hz HDR) 7See support page for compatibility updates
1 x DisplayPort 1.4 (Support up to 4K, i.e. 3840 x 2160 @60Hz HDR) 8See support page for compatibility updates.
2 x USB-A
1 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5Gbps) with 4.5W charging 9See support page for compatibility update
1 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5Gbps) with 7.5W fast charging
3 x USB-C
2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) with 4.5W charging 10See support page for compatibility updates.
1 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) with 7.5W fast charging
1 x USB-C Upstream
1 x Bluetooth Sync button
1 x AC power (230W, 19.5V)
Security slot type: Kensington security slot
Logi Dock – Join Meetings with one touch
One of the top features and functions of the Logi Dock is the ability to join meetings with one touch and receive ambient light notifications when a meeting is about to start! Whenever you have any scheduled events or meetings coming up, the Logi Dock begins blinking to notify you of upcoming meetings visually! All you have to do is press the button directly on top of the Logi Dock to join Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Google Meet meetings! (I have also been able to join Cisco Webex Meetings) To access this, you integrate your Office 365 or Google Calendar via Logi Tune. It was such a hassle before Logi Dock and Calendar Integration with Logi Tune. Now I can keep working until I see those purple lights start blinking!
Logi Dock – Mute Mic and Camera
Mute is your friend during video meetings, especially when several people are in the meeting. It’s courteous to mute yourself if you are not the one speaking or if there are distracting noises like dogs barking, lawnmowers, or loud people around you. Logi Dock has a lovely prominent mute button on the top you can press. It lights up red when muted to let you know. Sometimes it’s necessary to turn off your camera. The camera mute is especially beneficial when your camera doesn’t have a privacy shutter. While many webcams have attachable or integrated privacy shutters, the dedicated camera mute button on the Logi Dock is very convenient and less distracting than your fingers reaching up to the camera to close the shutter.
Logi Dock – Premium Speakerphone
I started using the Blue Mic Yeti to record audio for our YouTube videos, and I am now using the Logi Dock! Whether you are on a call, video meeting, or listening to music, the Logi Dock audio does not disappoint. It sounds good. Like really good. We often use a separate USB speakerphone in our home offices for listening to music or for those extended meetings or webinars, and now we use the Logi Dock.
Custom, 55mm, neodymium audio drivers
Six noise-canceling microphones
Passive radiators for enhanced bass
Anti-vibration suspension system
Anti-vibration acoustic enclosure
Logi Dock – Certified and Compatible
Logi Dock is certified for Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Google Voice, Zoom, and Tencent Meeting. It’s also compatible with common calling applications across most platforms and operating systems within your IT ecosystem. And because it’s simple for employees to set up, you can confidently deploy Logi Dock to your remote and hybrid workforce.
Logi Dock – Beyond the Home Office
Whether employees are in the office, at home, or somewhere else, Logitech Sync device management software helps everyone stay connected by letting you ensure their Logitech Business devices are healthy and up to date. In addition to Logitech Meeting Room Solutions, Logitech Sync supports Logitech Personal Collaboration Devices, including Logi Dock! See the complete list of supported devices for management here.
Logi Dock covers multiple bases
The Logi Dock is our dock, meeting control center, and premium speakerphone. It connects our laptop to our larger displays and USB peripherals, including our two other favorite home office pieces of technology, our webcams.
The work landscape changed forever on March 2020. My wife and I have transformed our home offices to support the way we work. While our roles are different, our need to communicate and collaborate is similar. We both join many video meetings across multiple platforms. The Jabra PanaCast 20 and Logitech Brio provide us with excellent video quality! The Logi Docks are an entirely new productivity device category that offers many great features, including premium, professional-grade audio!
My wife and I have invested much time and money into creating optimal workspaces in our home offices. The challenge we face is that the technology in our home offices is better than our corporate office. I suspect this is true for many and one of many reasons employers struggle to get employees back in the office.
We will probably get a dedicated Logi Dock for our corporate offices to have a consistent experience in our home and corporate locations.
What changes have you made to your home offices?
Contact us if you want to learn more about technology and devices for wherever you work! Call One, Inc. is a certified Woman-Owned business that has been helping people do their business better by simplifying access to communications and collaboration solutions for over 35 years!
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Video conferencing and collaboration continues to expand and evolve to support the new ways of working. Microsoft Teams and Zoom are front runners; however, businesses use multiple platforms, including Webex, Google Meet, BlueJeans, GoTo, 8×8, and more.
Leading brands have developed online tools to help establish a starting point. It’s always best to contact a subject matter expert. Something as simple as a wrong cable or length can delay your project. Subject matter experts can help guide and ensure you get all the required components to set up an optimal video conferencing experience based on your needs and expectations. Companies like Call One, Inc. have been in the audio and video conferencing space since 2003 and can help provide the right solutions.
Below are the current online video conferencing selection tools available. I’ve also created short videos to help you navigate these awesome online tools!
Online Room Configuration Guides for Video Conferencing
What is your primary video conferencing platform? Choose the video conferencing platform your organization uses most often.
What size room are you setting up? Choose the option that best matches the seating capacity of your room.
Phone Booth (Up to 3)
Huddle Room (Up to 6)
Medium Room (Up to 12)
Medium Plus (Up to 16)
Large Room (Up to 20)
Board Room (20+)
U-Shaped Table (20+)
Would you prefer to deploy via a dedicated video conferencing appliance, or a meeting room computer?
Appliance-Based Video Conferencing Solution
PC-Based Video Conferencing Solution
Choose Conference Camera
Add room-filling audio. – Choose from the following audio extensions to make sure everyone can hear and be heard clearly. Please note: Some items may be required based on a previous selection. Choose your meeting controller – Select a controller that directly connects to the meeting room PC or video bar, or one that is untethered from the room system.
Pick optional mounting hardware and cables – These items will safely secure your meeting room devices. Please note: Some items may be required based on previous selections.
Choose optional add-ons – Enhance the meeting experience with optional add-ons.
As of writing this blog, there are multiple “Spaces” to choose from, including Home Office, Education, Government, Healthcare, Office, Financial, and Mobile. However, “Office” is the only Space currently available for selection.
Pick your Platform
1-2 people – Focus Room – Room size 10’ x 10’ / 3.05m x 3.05m
3-5 people – Small / Huddle Room – Room size 10’ x 15’ / 3.05m x 4.57m
6-10 people – Medium Room – Room size 15’ x 20’ / 4.57m x 6.10m
11-15 people – Large Room – Room size 15’ x 28’ / 4.57m x 8.53m
16+ people – Custom / Specialty Room – Room size 20’ x 33’ / 6.10m x 10.06m
When a Workspace is selected, you will have the options to review:
Featured Poly Hardware
Poly Service / Support
Available Poly Accessories
Available Third-Party Accessories
List of available options by Poly or 3rd Party
You have to option to download a pdf of the results
Scroll down their Business Video Conferencing page until you locate: Meeting your meeting needs – Use our configurator to help you decide which PanaCast is right for you and your business. Scroll down and click Start.
Question 1 of 3
What type of collaboration solution do you need?
Question 2 of 3
Please select your platform
Zoom, Google, Others
Zoom, Google, Others
Meeting Room Solutions
Bring your own laptop
Question 3 of 3
Where do you work?
Once you select work space, you will be provided a list of Jabra audio, video, and accessories models including highlighted Recommended solutions.
Where do you work?
In the classroom
Once you select work space, you will be provided a list of Jabra solutions including highlighted Recommended solutions.
Meeting Room Solutions
Where do you meet?
Medium meeting room
Large meeting room
Once you select a meeting space, you will be provided a list of Jabra audio, video, and accessories models including highlighted Recommended solutions.
At first glance, the Poly Studio R30 and Poly Studio P15 look almost identical and have similar dimensions. This article includes a side-by-side comparison chart to help you see the primary differences.
The Poly Studio P15 is part of the Poly Studio P Series of audio and video devices designed for personal use. The Poly Studio R30 joins the family of all-in-one video bars for small to large meeting rooms, including the original Poly Studio premium USB video bar and Poly Studio X Series.
Poly Lens ties it all together by providing a single pane of glass to remotely inventory, monitor, and troubleshoot supported Poly devices across the entire organization.
Call One, Inc. is an authorized Poly Platinum Reseller who can help with your organization’s audio and video device needs. How can we help?
100 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response Output: 84 dBSPL @ 1000 Hz @ 1 meter at maximum volume
100 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response Output: 80 dBA @ 1000 Hz @ 1 meter at maximum volume
1x USB 3.0 Type-C port (with USB 2.0 compatibility) 2x USB 2.0 Type-A ports Power connector Kensington security lock 802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless networking for manageability; IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n compatible Bluetooth® 4.2
1x USB 3.0 Type-C port (with USB 2.0 compatibility) 2x USB 2.0 Type-A ports Power connector Kensington security lock
External DC power supply: 12V/3A
External DC power supply: 12V/3A
Windows 8.1, 10, 11 Mac OS 10.10 or higher USB 3.0 required for 4K video
Windows version 8.1, 10 or later Mac OS 10.10 or higher USB 3.0 required for 4K video
DEVICE DRIVER SUPPORT
USB 2.0/3.0/3.1 UVC/UAC Plug and Play Compatible
USB 2.0/3.0/3.1 UVC/UAC Plug and Play Compatible
Compatible with any application that supports standard USB/UVC standards Certified for Zoom Room and Microsoft Teams
Certified for Microsoft Teams and Zoom applications Compatible with any application that supports standard USB/UVC standards
Cloud: Poly Lens service Local (Windows/Mac): Poly Lens Desktop App
Cloud: Poly Lens service Local (Windows/Mac): Poly Lens Desktop App
802.1x support Certificate management
Adjustable monitor clamp Standard Tripod thread Inverted mounting option USB-A ports built-in for wireless headset adapters or other peripherals as a USB hub Status LED indicates calling and mute state
Integrated privacy shutter Adjustable monitor clamp Tripod ready USB-A ports built-in for wireless headset adapters or other peripherals as a USB hub Status LED indicates calling and mute state
With monitor clamp: 17.5 W x 3.4 H x 3.2 D (Inches) 445 W x 86 H x 81 D (Millimeters) 1lb 13oz / 822g Without monitor clamp: 17.5 W x 2.7 H x 3.2 D (Inches) 445 W x 68 H x 81 D (Millimeters) 1lb 10oz / 737g
OPERATING CONDITIONS With monitor clamp: 17 W x 3 H x 3 D (Inches) 425 W x 70 H x 78 D (MM)) Without monitor clamp: 17 W x 2.5 H x 3 D (Inches) 425 W x 65 H x 78 D (MM)
Temperature: 0° C to +40° C Relative humidity: 15% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing Altitude: Up to 16,000 ft
Temperature: 0° C to +40° C Relative humidity: 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing Altitude: Up to 10,000 ft
Poly Studio R30 USB video bar Removable monitor clamp Power supply (4.9 ft) Power cord (9 ft) USB 2.0 cable (Type-C to Type-A, 5m/16.4 ft) Setup sheet Removable privacy cap
Poly Studio P15 USB video bar Removable monitor clamp Power supply Power cord USB-C cable (separate adapter required to connect to USB-A port on PC/Mac, not included) Setup sheet
1-year limited warranty included Poly+ enhanced support available
2-year limited warranty included Poly+ enhanced support available
N/A (Mac or PC)
N/A (number of displays depends on PC/Mac)
USB CONNECTION TO PC OR MAC FOR VIDEO CALLS
STANDARDS-BASED (H.323 AND SIP) VIDEO
Watch the Poly Studio R30 vs. Poly Studio P15 Comparison Video!
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As business leaders wrestle with decisions to return to the office, remain remote or adopt a hybrid work model, the reality remains that how people work and collaborate has changed. Leading platform vendors like Microsoft and Zoom continue to evolve and introduce new features to improve collaboration regardless of whether people are in the room or remote.
Video conferencing device manufacturers are also evolving and developing new solutions that make it easy to video enable all meeting spaces, small to large.
From Your Desktop
Team members who join meetings from desktops have several options, including corded and wireless headsets, speakerphones, webcams, and all-in-one audio/video devices.
Wireless headsets are available in DECT or Bluetooth. DECT headsets offer stronger security and typically longer wireless range while Bluetooth headsets support connectivity to multiple devices. Corded USB headsets are a great option since they generally are plug-and-play and simple to use.
ANC headsets are a great option if you work in a noisy environment. ANC headsets include true wireless earbuds, on-ear, and over-ear options. There are also different boom mic options, from boomless mics to retractable mics.
USB Speakerphones can be simple or include a long list of features to support however you work. Speakerphones are an excellent alternative for whenever you don’t want to wear a headset. They are also portable, many support Bluetooth, and can connect with your computer and mobile device.
Webcams are available to support all use cases and budgets. Things to consider when selecting a webcam include:
Compatibility with the operating system
Video platforms supported
Windows Hello support
Field of View (Fixed or Adjustable)
USB-A or USB-C
Logi Dock for Desktop
The Logitech Logi Dock is a new category of devices. Logitech describes this as an All-in-one docking station with meeting controls and a speakerphone. Used in conjunction with Logi Tune software, you have a powerful device that allows you to join meetings across different platforms at the press of a button. The Logi Dock is a must-have to help increase productivity in your home or independent office. Watch these videos to see the Logi Dock in action! There is nothing else on the market that compares.
All-In-One video solutions are convenient, and an inexpensive way to video enable small to large rooms. All-In-One solutions are available as simple USB audio & video devices (imagine a big webcam with microphones and speakers) or can be used with an in-room PC or placed into Appliance mode, depending on the model. Your in-house teams can typically install these, saving money on installation fees. These solutions support the latest features available for Microsoft Teams Rooms and Zoom Rooms, including Microsoft Teams Room Front Row, Touch-enabled display solutions for Teams Rooms, Zoom Rooms for Touch, Digital whiteboarding, Zoom Smart Gallery, and more!
Some models have a wide range of peripherals that can be attached to enhance the collaboration experience. Peripherals include analog whiteboard cameras, touchpads, extension mics, and more!
All-in-One devices have extended beyond a video bar. Brands like Poly, DTEN, and Neat offer solutions that include a camera, microphones, speakers, and a display for personal and group use.
Video bundles include all the necessary components as separate items to support placement flexibility depending on room size and configuration. Video bundles may include a camera, microphones, speakers or a camera, speakerphone (mics, speakers, dial pad), and extension microphones.
Some use cases require an independent speakerphone that can be used in video meetings or support voice-only calls.
Video bundles for personal use include a webcam+ (corded or wireless) headset or webcam + speakerphone. Video bundles are conveniently packaged in a single box to simplify deployments. Examples include the Konftel Personal Video Kit and Poly Studio P5 Kits.
Microsoft Teams Room and Zoom Room Bundles
Microsoft and Zoom have strong relationships with hardware partners who develop solutions designed to support a wide range of spaces with Microsoft Teams Rooms and Zoom Rooms licenses. It’s important to note that you must have the appropriate Microsoft Teams Rooms or Zoom Rooms Licenses and use recommended and certified Microsoft Teams Rooms or Zoom Rooms Hardware to access all the available features.
Wireless Presentation and Conferencing
Some solutions support wireless content sharing and conferencing and are compatible with most of the leading video conferencing device manufacturers. These solutions allow you to wirelessly share content, turn a dedicated platform meeting room into a BYOD space or take over the USB peripherals from your laptop. Examples of these solutions include ScreenBeam and ClickShare by Barco.
Make it easy to join a meeting
There are so many options to video-enable meeting spaces of all sizes. Ultimately, it comes down to what you want team members and partners to accomplish while in that space. The easier it is to use the technology in the room, the more productive meetings will be. Make it easy for anyone in your organization to join a meeting.
Call One, Inc. has been in business since 1987. We entered the audio and video conferencing space in 2003. We partner with leading brands, including Logitech, Poly, Jabra, Konftel, Yealink, JPL, DTEN, Neat, and more, to help organizations video-enable all their meeting spaces so they can do their business better. How can we help?
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Device manufacturers have created solutions to support work from anywhere. We have seen several new audio and video devices for business this first half of 2022 and shared several via our YouTube Channel. In this blog, we share some highlights!
Konftel Personal Video Kit – The Konftel Personal Video Kit is for desktop users who demand professional quality video meetings. It includes the Konftel Cam10 business webcam and Konftel Ego professional speakerphone conveniently packaged.
Jabra PanaCast 20 Unboxing, Overview, Intelligent Zoom and PIP Demo – The Jabra PanaCast 20 is engineered for intelligent AI-enabled personal video conferencing. This premium personal video conferencing device utilizes cutting-edge technology to deliver an experience that’s intelligent, powerful, and completely unique; PanaCast 20 is personal video conferencing, completely reinvented.
Enterprise Connect 2022 Video Playlist – This playlist features videos from the Enterprise Connect Expo Hall Floor. We focused on audio and video device brands that are compatible with all the leading enterprise communications and collaboration platforms including Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Cisco Webex, RingCentral, 8×8, GoTo, and more! We film at the booths of AVer, Biamp, DTEN, EPOS, Jabra, Konftel, Logitech, Neat, Poly, Shokz, Spracht, Targus, and Yealink. We also filmed an onsite mic test comparison video that includes eleven UC Bluetooth headsets from Poly, Jabra, Logitech, EPOS, Yealink and Shokz.
EPOS Adapt 660 AMC vs Adapt 660 (And Adapt 661) – EPOS introduced the stylish EPOS x Aston Martin F1™ Team co-branded headset. Powered by EPOS AI™ for crystal clear communication, the headset has adaptive ANC, superior stereo sound and microphones enhanced by machine learning. This is uncompromised audio for those who live life in the fast lane. How does the Adapt 660 AMC compare with the EPOS Adapt 660 and 661?
Logitech Zone True Wireless Earbuds | Certified for Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google – Stay focused and in the zone with Zone True Wireless Bluetooth® earbuds. The certified noise-canceling mics, hybrid ANC, and immersive sound are ideal for collaboration in busy workspaces without compromising quality, productivity, or creativity. This video provides an overview of the specifications, microphone, and wireless range tests.
Jabra PanaCast Meet Anywhere Bundles | Unboxing and Overview – Jabra has created four Jabra PanaCast Meet Anywhere Bundles to support Hybrid working and work from anywhere! They have combined all the necessary components and packed them in a convenient Travel Case. The versatile Jabra PanaCast camera allows you to adjust the Orientation, Field of View, Intelligent Zoom, and Image Quality (Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness, White Balance) all from Jabra Direct. The Jabra Speak 750 is a compact premium speakerphone with two-way full duplex so both sides can hear and be heard clearly, for natural communication even when you’re all in different places. With a dedicated Microsoft Teams button to instantly connect you to your meeting, and a plug-and-play connection for all leading Unified Communication platforms, including Zoom, Google Meet, and more, it offers a seamless meeting experience with fast and powerful communication, anytime and anywhere. The plus (+) bundles include a Table Stand and a set of cable management clips to provide a clean look.
JPL Convey Speakerphone | Overview, Speaker, and Mic Tests – The new JPL Convey is ideal for anyone wanting to talk and listen hands-free when using a softphone. The high-quality speaker is loud enough for everyone around the table to hear. Perfect for team briefings and pitches to clients. The JPL Convey is perfect for any small office or meeting room with up to 4 people.
Logitech Logi Dock | Overview and Demo – The Logitech Logi Dock is an absolute game changer and has established a new category of devices. It is a docking station with meeting controls and enterprise-quality audio that simplifies personal workspaces and improves the work-from-home experience. In this video, I provide an overview and several demos, including speaker output level, how you can quickly join Google Meet, Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Webex meetings from the LogiTune app and Logi Dock, and mic and camera mute features!
JPL Agora | Overview and Demo Video – The JPL Agora is a 4K Ultra HD Intelligent All-In-One Video Sound Bar with Intelligent Zoom. This simple plug-and-play video sound bar allows you to video enable focus rooms, huddle, small, and medium meeting rooms. Designed with a fully adjustable mount, the JPL Agora can be placed above a computer monitor, on a desktop, or on a wall. The JPL Agora video sound bar is simple to connect using the included USB and power cable. The USB cable offers USB-A and USB-C connectors, allowing them to connect to either USB-A or USB-C devices. The JPL Agora is designed with JPL’s plug-and-play software last approach. No software or downloads are needed on installation, and it works with all leading UC and collaboration platforms, including Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Meet, and Webex.
Many organizations are still deciding whether to return to the office, remain remote, or adopt a hybrid work model. Fortunately, there is no shortage of audio and video solutions to maintain communication and collaboration with team members, clients, and partners.
An Authorized Reseller like Call One, Inc. can provide pre-and post-sales support and is a nationally certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) and Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB), supporting your Supplier Diversity initiatives. How can we help?
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Regardless of the work model being implemented, video conferencing will be part of the equation. Over the past 17-18 months most of us have participated in a video call over Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, or some other video meeting platform. One thing we’ve learned is that it’s nice to have high-quality video but it’s more important to have great audio.
Audio is Critical in Video Calls
To have a productive video meeting, all participants need to be able to hear and be heard. In the early days of the pandemic, there was a massive shift to work from home. Once vaccines were introduced, businesses started developing plans to return to the office. Some leaders have made remote work permanent. While others have strong arguments for why employees need to be back in the office. And some are opting for a hybrid/flexible work model. As organizations navigate this topsy-turvy landscape, they need to focus on developing device standards that will work in the current and future environments.
Employees need the right technology to stay connected. The challenge is one size does not fit all. Business and IT leaders need to consider a day in the life of the employees in their various roles and work environments. Today team members can join video calls from a dedicated office, an area in their home, a third space, or from pretty much anywhere. Whether or not they turn their video on, they will need to be able to hear what’s being said. And if they speak, they need to be heard by all participants.
Since the start of the pandemic, I’ve been in countless video meetings, mobile calls, listen-only webinars, and online training sessions. Audio has been the most critical part. Even with great video, poor audio quality or no audio can stop a meeting dead in its tracks. It’s critical to have great audio.
What about different work environments? Call One, Inc. and Hello Direct, Inc. have team members working from our Headquarters in Cape Canaveral, FL, and remotely in different cities and states. We have open office environments, private offices, home environments, small to large meeting rooms, and an operations and warehouse facility. Audio and video device needs will be different depending on the team members’ roles and workspace. It’s not practical to use a speakerphone in an open office or noisy warehouse. First, we’ll take a look at desktop video options, and then we’ll discuss audio devices.
There are multiple options available when it comes to desktop video and webcams. In my blog, Webcams for Business – What to consider I share a list of things to consider when choosing a webcam: Compatibility with Operating System, Supported Video Platforms, Windows Hello Face Support, Video Resolution, Field of View and Auto-Framing, Autofocus and Auto-light correction, Built-in Microphones, Privacy Shutter, Mounting Options, USB Type Connectivity, and Cable length, Additional USB Ports, All-in-One Video Bars, Device Management, Warranty, and Price. On our YouTube channel, we have a playlist dedicated to Webcams / Video Collaboration Solutions. These videos allow you to learn more about the webcams and see them in action. We also have side-by-side comparison videos.
Speakerphones are great audio devices for team members who work in a private or home office space where their audio will not distract others. Most personal speakerphones are excellent for travel as they are small and portable. Some models include Bluetooth which allows you to pair with a mobile device. This is great for streaming music or having an ad-hoc small group conference call with others. Speakerphones can be connected to a computer via USB-A or USB-C. There are wireless options that provide flexibility as to where you position the speakerphone from the computer. Zoom and Microsoft Teams certified speakerphones are available. Take a look at these USB Speakerphone options available from Poly, Jabra, EPOS, Konftel, Yamaha UC, Yealink, and ClearOne. In our Business Personal and Small Group Speakerphones video playlist, we put these speakerphones to the test and share their features and audio quality performance.
At the beginning of the pandemic, we experienced a lot of panic-buying from customers of all sizes and industries as they transitioned from in-office to work from home. Many used “freemium” collaboration apps on their computers and there was a mad dash for any USB headset they could get their hands on. We now have over a year and a half of experience and lessons learned under our belt. What we learned is that our team members need better when it comes to headsets. Business and IT leaders need to understand team members communicate and collaborate in different ways based on their work styles and workspaces. Having the right headset fosters better communication, collaboration, and improves productivity. When team members can hear and be heard when in a voice or video call, work just flows. The first step is to identify what they are connecting their headsets to. Is it a desk phone? Which brand and model? Is it a computer? What softphone or UC platforms are being used? Do they need Zoom or Microsoft Teams certified headsets? Is it a mobile device? Does it support Bluetooth or a 3.5mm plug? Do they need to connect to a combination of those three devices?
When I was able to travel and go on customer sites, it wasn’t uncommon to walk by a cubicle and see multiple headsets. When I inquired why they had so many headsets, the response often was, “This headset is for my desk phone. This headset is for my computer. And this is the headset I brought from home to pair with my mobile phone.”
With so many team members working remotely, what are they using? Has it been tested? Is it compatible or certified with the platforms and applications your business is using? How do you know? This conversation can wait for another video and blog I’m working on. We’ll cover device management software and why it’s important for your business.
Today headsets support single and multi-connectivity. Here is a list of connectivity combinations headsets can support today:
Desk Phone Only
Computer + Mobile
Desk Phone + Computer
Desk Phone + Mobile
Desk Phone + Computer + Mobile
What connectivity do your team members need? Need help? Call One, Inc. can help you identify the right headsets based on connectivity, work environment, and use case. Contact us!
Wireless headsets increase productivity by providing team members the ability to roam away from their workstations. They can answer and end calls right from their headset. This is beneficial in any environment. Those working from home will find being wireless especially beneficial. Wireless headsets allow you to get up and refill your coffee, tend to your children or pets, start a load of laundry, get a snack, get your deliveries, and more! There are multiple wireless operating frequencies in use today however, DECT and Bluetooth are the most prevalent when it comes to headsets. Which is best for your environment? If you need to go further, DECT headsets claim to offer a longer wireless range compared to Bluetooth headsets. Bluetooth headsets can pair to mobile phones which allows you to take calls on the go beyond your office or workspace. Poly Savi 8200 Office and Jabra Engage 65/75 Wireless headsets can easily be converted into hybrid work options. Take a look at this video to learn how!
Because work is being done from a variety of environments, employees no longer have immediate physical access to replacement units. I strongly recommend having a secondary/backup audio device wherever they are working. A corded USB headset is a good backup. A good choice would be a USB headset model that does not require software/firmware updates so employees have a truly plug-and-play experience should their primary audio device quit working. The JPL Commander-1, Commander-2, 400-USB Monaural, and 400-USB-Binaural are great inexpensive options as primary or backup headsets.
Make Informed Purchasing Decisions
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In the new normal of work from anywhere, hybrid meetings with a mix of in-person and remote participants will be prevalent. Video is awesome however, audio is critical. It’s important to have an audio device that allows the user to hear and be heard. The audio device should align with the individual team member’s work style and workspace. Since 1987, Call One, Inc. has been helping people do their business better. We are authorized resellers of Poly, Jabra, EPOS, Logitech, Cisco, JPL, Yealink, Konftel, and more. We help mid-to-large enterprise customers select the right audio and video devices for their team members. If you would like help, contact us.
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The PanaCast 50 features eight professional-grade microphones and an array of four powerful Jabra-engineered speakers, two 50mm woofers, and two 20mm tweeters. Beamforming mics and full-duplex audio allow you to hear and be heard, naturally. Meetings flow better when everyone can communicate clearly. Jabra’s advanced beamforming technology maximizes the signal-to-noise ratio for crystal-clear voices, anywhere in the room.
And with full-duplex technology, everyone can contribute to the conversation in real-time. So those verbal cues that are so integral to face-to-face conversations will never go unheard.
Outstanding 180° Video
In addition to Jabra’s world-leading audio, Jabra’s gone all-in on inclusive video that keeps everyone in the frame. The three 13-megapixel cameras, mounted in a high-precision, multi-camera array, cover every part of the room. Their patented real-time video stitching technology intelligently decides exactly the right point to live-stitch the three feeds together, creating a smooth, 180° view in high-definition Panoramic-4K. That means nobody is squeezed together, distorted, or missing from the picture. Jabra PanaCast 50 puts inclusive meetings back on the table, safely.
Virtual Director and Intelligent Zoom
The Jabra PanaCast 50 features two Automatic Zoom modes.
Intelligent Zoom - dynamically frames all visible people within 3.5 meters (11 feet) of the camera.
Virtual Director - utilizes advanced speaker tracking to focus the camera view on whoever is currently speaking.
By default, the Automatic zoom mode is set to Intelligent Zoom. You can configure the setting in Jabra Direct > PanaCast 50 > Settings > Camera > Automatic Zoom mode.
If your organization has implemented socially distanced meetings, how do you know if your staff is sticking to the guidelines? Jabra’s intuitive software anonymously counts heads and provides notifications when your customized guidelines are being breached. Their unique 180° data stream remains constantly focused on the entire room, delivering real-time people count data, even when the video stream is zoomed in. Visual data in Jabra Xpress allows you to analyze your previous meeting history, and take data-driven action accordingly. This functionality doesn’t require a computer connection so it’ll capture impromptu meetings as well.
Jabra’s whiteboard streaming technology lets you live stream your whiteboard content. This supports meeting equity and allows in-room and remote participants to see the whiteboard. This is a built-in feature that does not require a secondary content camera.
The recommended size of the whiteboard should be between 1.5-2.7 meters in width (5-9 feet), however, whiteboards measuring between 1-3 meters in width (3-10 feet) are supported.
It is recommended that the whiteboard should be positioned within 3.6 meters (12 feet) of the Jabra PanaCast 50, and no closer than 1.5 meters (5 feet). The optimal viewing range is 3 meters (9 feet).
Before a whiteboard can be shared in a video conference, a whiteboard view must be set up using Jabra Direct.
Optional Remote Control
The optional Remote Control makes it easier to control your meetings without having to leave your seat. You can access the presets, whiteboard stream, pan-tilt-zoom, mute, adjust volume, and start/end meetings all through the PanaCast 50 Remote Control available in black or grey.
There are only two cables, AC Power and USB so set up is simple. The Jabra PanaCast 50 supports three different installation options to suit every room setup. You can choose from the Wall Mount in black or grey, Table Stand in black or grey, and Screen Mount (VESA). The Wall Mount hardware is included with the purchase of the PanaCast 50. The Table Stand and Screen Mount are sold separately.
The Jabra PanaCast 50 is optimized for all leading UC platforms, including Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Google Meet. No matter what platform you use, the PanaCast 50 allows you to collaborate.
Meeting Room Guidelines
The PanaCast 50 is designed for meeting room sizes of 3m x 3m (10ft x 10ft) up to 4.5m x 4.5m (15ft x 15ft). In the PanaCast 50 Meeting Room Guide, they share setup information that includes optimized placement of equipment for Large Huddle Room, Huddle Room, and Break Out Room.
The hybrid workplace will require the ability to video enable meeting spaces small and large. The Jabra PanaCast 50 helps provide meeting equity for in-room and remote participants with key features like professional-grade audio, 180° field of view in Panoramic-4K, Intelligent Zoom, Virtual Director, and the built-in whiteboard content camera. Schedule a virtual demo or contact us to learn more about the entire Jabra line of business and contact center audio and video solutions.
Check out this Jabra PanaCast 50 Quick Demo Video featuring Intelligent Zoom, Presets, and Whiteboard sharing!
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The Poly Studio P Series provide organizations with personal video conferencing device options to support their multiple workstyles from entry-level workers to top executives. Combined with Poly Lens cloud management software and you have a robust solution for IT to easily deploy, monitor, and manage from anywhere.
Remote, In the Office, Hybrid
When it comes to personal audio and video devices, one size does NOT fit all. Different workers need different technology depending on how and where they work. Today people work remotely, in the office, or a hybrid model with a mix of locations. Workers in a fixed quiet location can benefit from an all-in-one solution like the Poly Studio P21 or Poly Studio P15. Someone working in a shared noisy environment may benefit from an external webcam like the Poly Studio P5 and headset with ANC speakers and a strong noise-canceling mic like the Poly Voyager Focus 2 Series. The Poly Studio P Series work with the video apps you already know and are Zoom and Microsoft Teams certified.
The Poly Studio P5 webcam is great for home, office, private, or shared spaces. Coupled with a headset or speakerphone and you have a complete, portable, audio/video solution. The P5 is designed to attach to an existing computer or laptop monitor and connect via USB. The monitor clamp can be removed to mount on a standard tripod to provide greater positioning flexibility. It has an integrated privacy shutter, status LED light fin that indicates call and mute state. The Poly Studio P5 also has a built-in USB-A port to connect a wireless headset adapter like the BT600 or new BT700. It’s designed for personal use and offers a built-in single directional microphone and 80° DFOV. See the Poly Studio P5 in action in this video.
The Poly Studio P21 personal meeting display is truly an all-in-one video conferencing device that is easy to set up and use. This single device is packed with features and functions that include a 21-inch display, camera, microphone, speakers, lighting, wireless phone charger, and can be customized via the Poly Lens App. Take a look at all the available options and settings in this video! This is a great option if you want an additional display that includes all the components necessary for a high-quality video call. Additionally, there are two USB-A ports to connect a corded or wireless Poly headset if you need to take the conversation private. The Poly Studio P21 is a good fit for top executives who prefer a clean, simple solution that allows them to look and sound their best.
Which Poly Studio P Series is best for you by Workspace
Poly Studio P5 Webcam
Home or Office
Private or Shared Workspace
Cubicle or Hot Desk
Poly Studio P15 Personal Video Bar
Home or Office
Poly Studio P21 Personal Meeting Display
Home or Office
Keep Employee Devices Up, Running, and Ready for Action
Poly Lens Desktop is a single app for customizing your compatible personal devices to how you work. Stay up to date with the latest software and gain access to product guides, setup, and support, right at your fingertips. And with built-in wellness and nature sounds, you’ll have better focus and peace of mind, so you’ll look and sound great.
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Regardless of what work model companies and organizations are implementing, video is a part of the equation. Most organizations have one or a few large meeting rooms however, they have more small to medium-sized meeting spaces. Some have hundreds to thousands of these spaces. All-in-One Video Bars are a great way to easily video-enable these rooms for these reasons:
Compatible with all major video platforms
Compact all-in-one design
Easy to Set Up
Easy to Use
Additionally, device management software is available to help simplify the deployment, monitoring, and management of these devices.
All-in-One Video Bars for Small Meeting Rooms (Up to 6 People)
The Poly Studio is a premium USB video bar built for rooms with up to 6 people. It’s designed for BYOD spaces that allow users to bring in their laptops and connect to the video service platform of choice. It has integrated mics and stereo speakers with a 4K, 120° wide-angle; Group framing/speaker tracking; 5x EPTZ camera. It has a USB-A connection to a PC or Mac for video calls. The Poly Studio includes some great audio technology features that improve the meeting experience. Eliminate distracting sounds with their patented Poly NoiseBlockAI technology. Acoustic Fence technology keeps voices and other noises outside of the fence perimeter that can be adjusted from narrow to wide via the Polycom Companion App. Check out this Poly Studio Acoustic Fence demo against barking dogs!
The TridentAI is an all-in-one solution for next-generation video conferencing. Get a 120° wide-angle field of view, 4K auto-tracking video, a four-microphone beamforming array, and a speaker that fills your conference room with crisp audio output. Keep your team working seamlessly in a remote or hybrid environment. Perfect for BYOD, BYOM, and modern collaboration spaces. Take it out of the box, plug the camera into your USB-C port, hang it on your monitor or mount it on a tripod and you’re ready to go. You don’t need extra software or drivers. The TridentAI doesn’t care which operating system you choose, it plays well with Windows, Android, Mac OS, and Linux. See it in action in this video!
The Konftel CC200 is designed for a meeting size of up to six people. Unlike the first three video bars I’ve shared, this is a whole video system in a compact collaboration camera. There is no need for a computer. Connect via SIP/H.323 or WiFi. Check out this video where I unbox, configure, set up, and share some of the CC200 features! You can share content wirelessly with all the meeting participants – sending it from your laptop or mobile phone to the Konftel CC200. We call this Wi-Fi Display. If your organization requires screen sharing to be done by cable, the Konftel AV Grabber is available as an accessory. This is a feature-packed solution that can quickly and cost-effectively transform any space with a screen into a venue for video conferencing.
The Poly Studio X30 is ideal for small meeting rooms of up to six people that need an all-in-one video solution. You can order with or without the TC8 touch control. It’s radically simple to use with support for leading cloud video services built right in—no PC or Mac required. Voices are crisp and clear, thanks to a beamforming microphone array and acoustic chamber design. Built-in, wireless content sharing lets users share from their devices without the need for cables or pucks. Setup, management, and maintenance are all streamlined, too. Say hello to lower IT costs. Check out this quick overview video where we set it up and demo the Studio X30.
The Jabra Panacast 50 is engineered to be the first new-normal ready intelligent video bar. It’s great for standard (10 ft x 10 ft)to large (14 ft x 14 ft) huddle rooms with up to seven people. As well as break-out rooms. See Meeting room setup guidelines. The Jabra Panacast 50 has a unique 180° field of view that keeps everyone in the picture at a safe distance. Virtual Director intelligently adjusts the video in real-time for more immersive meetings. Intelligent Zoom automatically adjusts the field of view to include everybody in the conversation. There is also a whiteboard sharing/content camera (Windows only) for real-time whiteboard streaming for more inclusive remote collaboration. Watch this Jabra Panacast 50 overview video! See all Jabra Panacast Solutions and Accessories.
Rally Bar Mini is Logitech’s premier all-in-one video bar for small rooms and huddle spaces. It’s remarkably simple to use, manage, and deploy at scale, delivering the capabilities of larger video bars like Logitech Rally Bar in a compact form factor for smaller spaces. With studio-quality audio and video, motorized pan and tilt, and AI-powered performance, Rally Bar Mini sets new standards for video collaboration. Easily connects to virtually any PC or Mac®, with no additional software required. Built-in compute allows you to run supported video conferencing applications such as Zoom directly on the device. Check out the Logitech Rally Bar Mini Data Sheet for a list of features and benefits, accessories, and technical specifications. Watch this overview video!
The Yealink MeetingBar A20 with CP18 touch panel is an all-in-one Android video collaboration bar for small meeting rooms. Featuring a 20MP camera and 133° superwide-angle lens, A20 delivers outstanding video quality. Together with the electric lens cap, and AI technologies including Auto Framing and Speaker Tracking, allow users to experience a smarter and safer video conference. With 8 MEMS microphone arrays and Yealink noise-proof technology, A20 brings excellent audio experience in small rooms even in full-duplex mode and ensures that everyone can be heard as well as seen. Moreover, A20 combines a computing unit, camera, microphones, speaker, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, which provides you a solution for simple deployment. A20 supports cloud video platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Teams without a PC or Mac. The A20 is capable of content sharing and whiteboarding that makes the meeting more communicative and collaborative. Simple and flexible deployment but powerful features deliver excellent video collaboration performance. Check out this brief demo from Microsoft Ignite 2020.
he Poly Studio X50 is ideal for medium-sized rooms with up to 10 participants and can be ordered with or without the TC8 Touch Control. The Poly Studio X50 video bar delivers radical simplicity in a small, elegant package. In small- and medium-sized rooms, connect easily with whatever video collaboration software you may use. Experience full boardroom-quality audio, advanced camera capabilities, and quick wireless content—all in one sleek video bar. And say goodbye to unnecessary pucks, cards, and cables, along with the PC or Mac to drive the meeting, since the Poly Video OS runs the show. Easy to install, easy to manage. It also offers dual monitor support to ensure an ideal setup for many types of rooms.
Logitech Rally Bar sets a new standard for video meetings in midsize rooms, with expansion options for larger groups and settings. It’s remarkably simple to use, manage, and deploy at scale, delivering cinema-quality video and audio in a sleek, all-in-one form factor. Plug and play Rally Bar with any PC or Mac, or leverage the built-in compute to run video conferencing applications directly on the device. Rally Bar features a multi-element lens assembly, powerful low distortion speakers, and an advanced mic system to create meeting experiences that sound as good as they look. A dedicated AI camera amplifies RightSight auto-framing and delivers insights about room usage directly to the Logitech Sync dashboard. Learn more about Logitech Sync in this video interview with Sr Product Manager, Trevor Rush. Upgrade your video collaboration with Rally Bar. Check out this Logitech Rally Bar Overview video we did with fellow YouTuber and Microsoft MVP Ragnar Heil.
The global pandemic has forever changed the workplace. Video conferencing and collaboration are now the new normal. Meetings will be a mix of in-person and remote participants moving forward. Meeting spaces of all sizes will need to be video-enabled. All-in-one video bars are a great option for small to medium-sized meeting rooms for these reasons: Compatible with all major video platforms, Compact all-in-one design, Easy to Set Up, Easy to Use, and Affordable. Listed are units we’re familiar with based on our partnerships. There are other video bars like the Aver VB130, Neat Bar, and Bose Videobar VB1. I haven’t had the pleasure of testing those solutions yet.
If would like to schedule a meeting to discuss your small to medium meeting room video needs, contact us!
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