Being a professional audio and video solutions leader, Jabra is ready to bring out a category-first product to the world.
Named the Jabra PanaCast 50, the new video bar system leverages the all-new Microsoft device ecosystem platform.
According to what Microsoft announced in its blog post, it will indeed be a leader in the category. One of the main highlights of the PanCast 50 is that Microsoft worked closely with Jabra to optimize the video bar system.
Thanks to that, the PanaCast 50 is fully equipped to leverage the Microsoft Teams Rooms for Android. Returning to the Microsoft device ecosystem platform, it combines the best of Android and Microsoft and brings them into one place.
The platform is tailored to cater to the shared spaces and bring tons of optimizations in the Teams devices. It is built on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), offering many things typically not found on other platforms.
That includes world-class security, management, reliability, and deployment features that Microsoft is known for.
Along with that, Jabra PanaCast 50 introduces the diversity of software and hardware support that comes with Android. In short, it is designed for innovation.
The Jabra PanaCast 50 will even focus extensively on customization that the manufacturers require to deliver innovative products.
When it comes to what’s under the hood, there are state-of-the-art SoCs from Qualcomm Technologies Inc. They all are optimized for IoT running Android, which will be later upgradable to the brand-new Microsoft OS.
In addition to that, the Jabra PanaCast 50 will feature other SoCs, well-capable microphones, speakers, and video cameras. Then, there are advanced network and display interfaces, which are all geared up for easy deployment.
The PanaCast integrates a 10.1-inch touch controller, allowing users to manage their room experience accordingly. For running the Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android, it will not even fail to offer you the most fluid IoT experience.
The SVP for Intelligent Vision Systems at Jabra, Aurangzeb Khan, said, “Together, Jabra and Microsoft present a video solution that combines the Microsoft heritage in platforms, security, management, and scale with Jabra’s leading video technology, for the benefit of our customers.”
There will be no need to worry about security either. The system integrates the hardware-based root of trust and attestation. That is, the Jabra PanaCast 50 offers industry-grade tamper resistance, which takes security to the next level.
There’s also 8K video encoding and decoding support along with up to 64MP video capture. The latter capabilities are courtesy of Qualcomm with its QCS8250 SoC.
With it, the PanaCast 50 will ensure that you can enjoy exceptionally detailed and rich high-definition videos.
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