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InfoComm 2024: Crestron expands access to UC systems

Crestron control features are now accessible from Microsoft Teams Rooms, as well as Zoom Rooms, Cisco Webex, and Google Meet platforms

Just ahead of InfoComm 2024 (June 12-14), Crestron Electronics has announced it has added new points of control for unified communications systems. Previously introduced with Zoom Rooms software, Cisco Webex meetings, and the Google Meet platform, Crestron Control is now available on Microsoft Teams Rooms, on Windows OS with page flip integration.

Through direct integration with the UC platform providers to streamline the meeting experience, users can now reach their Crestron Control solutions from any hardware vendor. The company says the new development makes it easier to take advantage of in-room automation for every meeting or presentation. Meanwhile, what was historically handled with two separate devices has been simplified into a singular interface.

Roopam Jain, vice president of research, Crestron Control, said: “Customers have been clamouring for this added flexibility from Crestron Control. Now, organisations can experience the power and versatility of Crestron Control across a wider range of UC solutions, simplifying meeting management and enhancing the overall user experience.”

Brad Hintze, EVP of global marketing, Crestron, added: “Control is where Crestron got started, and we pride ourselves on the strength of that legacy. This expansion is an impactful move that grants more choices for our customers to deliver a better experience in these spaces by leveraging the strength of Crestron Control for today’s meetings.”

To learn more about the possibilities with Crestron Control and the platform’s expanded offerings, InfoComm 2024 trade show attendees can visit the Crestron Booth #C8100 in Central Hall. More details are available here.