Systems integrator Ideal Systems has launched DTEN’s new all-in-one Zoom Room video conferencing system as a rental service in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, with more countries coming online soon.
According to Ideal Systems, the secret of DTEN lies in its simplicity – all the cameras, wires, microphones, speakers and extras are gone; it’s Zoom Room in a Box, and as easy to use as if it were an app smart phone, but on a commercial 55- or 75- inch screen for meeting rooms, huddle spaces and classrooms.
Moreover, the DTEN has a 4K camera that can track presenters and a 16-element microphone array that can focus on the person speaking anywhere in the room with a powerful on-board computer and a DSP developed with Zoom to ensure clear audio and minimise distracting background noise.
Its operating system has been locked down to ensure security and ease of use, with updates being managed via the Zoom Portal. Zoom and DTEN have streamlined and simplified the remote conference process, from booking meetings to instantly sharing content with participants, allowing businesses to maximise efficiency in communication.
In light of travel restrictions and social distancing, the new services aim to support video conferencing for businesses, schools, universities and government departments.
“Covid-19 has changed the global business landscape and how business is done by catalysing the adoption of video conferencing, in particular with Zoom.
“DTEN and Zoom have made it easy for companies to deploy Zoom Rooms, and now our new rental model makes Zoom Rooms easier to afford, manage and support,” said Fintan Mc Kiernan, CEO of Ideal Systems for South-east Asia.