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Digital Transformation at Avatel’s new head office in Madrid

Yamaha ADECIA ceiling solution provides a unique experience and unparalleled audio for fluid communication between the participants present in the room and remotely.

The Real Projects with Live Discussions in hybrid classes

See how the quality of the sound dramatically changes the atmosphere of lessons, gives sense of presence, and grows students' interests.

ADECIA brings superior, one-touch meeting sound to The Openwork Partnership

Yamaha provides the technology for the‘next generation office’; great quality and highly usable for external communication, which is as reliable and stress-free for the customer as possible.

The Real Sense of Presence that is no different from a face-to-face meeting

Audio that gives a strong sense of presence and eliminates the feeling of being distant was at the core of NTT DoCoMo's selecting ADECIA.

The ADECIA Ceiling and Tabletop Microphone Line Array Speaker Solutions Certified for Zoom to Deliver Audio for Zoom Rooms

Available immediately, both ADECIA solutions have met Zoom's requirements for Zoom Rooms, providing clear, uninterrupted audio for remote and hybrid meetings or classes.

Yamaha’s Next Generation Video Collaboration Systems “CS-800” and “CS-500”

Turn various areas into a high-quality collaboration space with Yamaha’s video collaboration systems.

Yamaha Collaboration Presents Unique Hybrid Education Solutions

With audio visual and other key technologies fundamentally important throughout the education sector, Yamaha has worked with four other manufacturers to showcase unique hybrid education solutions at Cambridge Judge Business School, part of the University of Cambridge.

RM-W Firmware V1.8.3 Released

New Firmware V1.8.3 improved the behavior related to charging.

ProVisionaire Control/Touch V3.10.0 Released

New features: Now supports Digital Mixing System RIVAGE PM series CSD-R7, DSP-R10, DSP-RX, DSP-RX-EX, and Boundary Microphone RM-TT.

ADECIA Making the Grade at University of Arizona

A big reason why we went with Yamaha was the set up. It was extremely easy to do.