Crestron launches new Flex MM conferencing system

Crestron launches new Flex MM conferencing system

Native Microsoft Azure software helps users “work efficiently and effectively from anywhere”

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Crestron has launched its new Flex MM conferencing system to help enterprises maintain continuity while employees are working in various locations as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. With the solution’s native Microsoft Azure software, Crestron says that users can “work efficiently and effectively from anywhere”.  

The tabletop system features a seven-inch touchscreen, three-metre audio pick-up range, an HD camera with 150-degree field of view and enterprise-grade network security. Users can join meetings with one touch. 

“The pandemic has dramatically shifted the way we work and the spaces we work in,” said Andrew Gross, director of unified communications enterprise at Crestron. “Microsoft Teams and Zoom are household names, huddle rooms and conference spaces are being redefined to team units, and our desks are overrun with migratory devices that are never ready for the next video call. Crestron is quickly engineering products to solve these problems. 

“The future of work is in Crestron’s DNA and solutions such as Crestron Flex MM demonstrate our continuous innovation in enterprise technology that allows people to work efficiently and effectively from anywhere.”

Crestron Flex MM will be available from 31 August 2020. 

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