Yealink is pleased to announce the launch of the newest member of the Yealink One-stop Video Conferencing Solution family: the new videoconferencing room system VC120-12X for mid-sized meeting rooms and large boardrooms.
“Our philosophy of developing this new solution is to bring even more simplicity to meeting room collaboration,” said Stone Lu, Yealink Vice President. “While the VC120-12X incorporates the advantages of our former VC400 large boardroom solution and the VC120 for mid-sized rooms, we have also significantly enhanced its multipoint capacity as well as its video and audio performance,” he added. “The solution is a comprehensive package with rich component options that customers can choose for their specific meeting environment. These improvements make our VC120-12X the best cost-performance solution ever.”
With a powerful built-in MCU, the VC120-12X enables “8+1+1” multi-point collaboration, allowing for 8-party video (with license), plus one audio call and 1080P content sharing of video, documents and more. The room system ensures high video performance for different sized meeting spaces with its robust new video camera, which features a wider angle FoV and a more flexible pan and tilt range. Microphone selections include the Pod for smaller rooms and the Phone for larger rooms.
The VC120-12X retains the traditional advantages of the Yealink VC series, including free call recording via USB flash drive, effortless deployment and minimal bandwidth requirements. It can also be paired with a new Camera Extension Kit VCA70 that allows more flexible cabling and installation. Moreover, the system is compatible and integrated with mainstream commercial control systems, such as Crestron and AMX, allowing business users to control and manage their VC120-12X and their meeting environment with the push of a button.
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