Revolabs will feature its flagship Executive Elite wireless microphone system and full range of UC products designed to accommodate any collaborative application at the Business Breakthrough Event 2015 on 21 May. Held at The Brewery in downtown London, this event brings together industry leaders to explore how conferencing and collaboration products and services are changing the future of the enterprise workplace.

Designed specifically for UC solutions within boardrooms and conference room environments, Revolabs’ Executive Elite four- and eight-channel wireless microphone system features a new distributed architecture, best-in-class audio, increased density, and a combination of local and remote cloud-based capabilities offering incredible flexibility in setup, management, and monitoring.

For PC-based communications, Revolabs will showcase its FLX UC line of conference phones — the FLX UC 500 USB conference phone, the FLX UC 1000 IP conference phone with SIP and USB audio support, and the FLX UC 1500 IP conference phone that lets users add two directional microphones and can bridge calls between VoIP and UC desktop applications. Equipped with premium tweeter and mid-woofer elements, four microphones, and integrated acoustic echo cancellation, the FLX UC line provides wideband frequency response, bringing spectacular-sounding audio to conference calls, desktop audio, or PC communication tools. Featuring easy integration with third-party communication applications and USB support, users simply connect the unit to any PC, Mac, or Chromebook for use with Skype, Microsoft Lync, Vidyo, and more.

“At the Business Breakthrough Event, we are provided the opportunity to showcase how Revolabs is truly redefining the future of enterprise communication,” says Russell Harpham, regional director of EMEA, Revolabs. “Our focus at Revolabs is the audio performance of a system, and our complete line of FLX UC products is a direct reflection of that commitment. Each device targets different collaborative environments be it desktop, huddle spaces, or large conferencing rooms to guarantee pristine audio quality.”