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Dual 4K Camera
Tracks Every Movement
Personalized Audio Solution
The MCore mini-PC can be set up on the wall or on a conference table in Microsoft Teams room according to particular room layout. Also, in all Yealink MVC II room systems, the MCore cable management solution integrates data and power supply into one CAT5e cable, simplifying the complicated connections and reducing the deployment time of video conference equipments.
One-Click to Share
Users can enjoy easy content sharing by plugging in the Yealink WPP20 with one click to share the screen wirelessly, or connecting the laptop to the meeting through the USB-C or HDMI port. In the Yealink MVC II Microsoft Teams Room system, all participants have the flexibility of choosing either wireless or wired ways of content sharing.
Yealink MVC series for Microsoft Teams Room video solution supports the Yealink Device Management Platform/Cloud Service. You can manage, monitor, configure, update and diagnose all Yealink audio and video devices, like video conference camera, and other video conference equipment, peripherals on this platform remotely.
Yealink MVC860 Specifications
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Microsoft offers two licenses for participants in Teams meetings and calls on their Teams room video conference system. Microsoft Teams Meeting Room Pro offers an enhanced in-room meeting experience with features such as intelligent audio and video, front-row and large libraries, and dual-screen support. In addition, the Teams Meeting Room Pro license also offers advanced management features such as remote device management, conditional access policies, and detailed device analysis.
The Microsoft Teams Meeting Room Basic Edition provides the core meeting experience for organizations that purchase a certified Microsoft Teams Meeting Room system at no additional cost. The Teams Meeting Room Basic license includes planning, joining meetings, content sharing, and collaborative whiteboards, as well as fundamental security and readily available management features.
Different video conferencing systems and the end products involved vary according to different scenarios. Taking Microsoft Teams Rooms Devices as an example, we can draft and classify them into personal devices and shared devices
Personal Devices: Teams Mobile, Teams PC, Personal peripherals, Desk phone and mobile phone stations, etc
Shared Devices: Conference phones, Teams Rooms systems, Large-Screen Collaboration Devices, etc
Yes, but the CP960 can only be used as an Audio device in USB mode, forming a BYOD solution, and cannot be deeply integrated into the whole solution to control the video conference system.