Nuvias has signed a pan-EMEA distribution agreement with Dolby Laboratories to accelerate the adoption of Dolby Voiceâ Conference Phone and Dolby Voice Roomâ hardware and conferencing solutions. These breakthrough products create exceptional experiences by setting new standards for quality that users overwhelmingly prefer. The innovative, easy to use Dolby Voiceâ hardware and solution harnesses over 50 years of audio-engineering and innovation, delivering a new level of user experience and bringing clarity to virtual meetings.
The Dolby Voice system integrates within the Nuvias Unified Communications portfolio and will be a key component of the BlueJeans Ecosystem. BlueJeans already uses Dolby technology in its platform to provide all BlueJeans meetings with a superior meeting experience, and the use of Dolby Voice hardware enhances its industry leading capabilities even further.
“We are pleased to be offering the Dolby Conference Phone with Dolby Voice and Dolby Voice Room via our pan-EMEA distributor partner, Nuvias,” said Andrew Border, Vice President, Communications Group, Dolby Laboratories. “Nuvias is focused on delivering innovative, integrated business solutions which is a great match for Dolby Voice. This marks another milestone to offer Dolby Voice, an effortless and exceptional sounding meeting solution, to more customers around the globe.”
“Nuvias is excited by the opportunity to bring the superior quality experience associated with the Dolby brand to the corporate environment, across the pan-EMEA market,” commented Steve Harris (pictured), VP of Unified Communications at Nuvias. “Dolby technology fits into the Nuvias portfolio of innovative business solutions and is a compelling offering for our channel partners and their customers, enabling seamless, intuitive business communication for all.”
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