Jabra PanaCast with Microsoft

Together, they present a video solution that combines the heritage of Microsoft on platforms, safety, management and scale with video technology from Jabra.

Jabra and Microsoft have collaborated to bring Microsoft's new device ecosystem platform to market in PanaCast 50 Video Bar System. The goal is to reap the benefits of Teams Room for Android.

Microsoft's device ecosystem platform brings together the best of its technology and Android, adapted for shared spaces and optimized for Teams devices.

Based on the Android project Open Source Project (AOSP), The platform offers the security, reliability, Management and deployment of is known, along with the diversity of hardware and software support that comes with Android. It's designed for innovation, with the extensibility and customization manufacturers need to deliver innovative products with both hardware and software extensions.

Jabra PanaCast 50 Video Bar System is an integrated solution. Includes a state-of-the-art system-on-chip (SOC) of Qualcomm Technologies for IoT with Android, that will be able to be upgraded to Microsoft's new operating system. It also includes other SoCs, as well as speakers, Microphones & Video Cameras, with network and display interfaces for easy deployment. The solution includes a touch controller 10,1 inches to handle the in-room experience. The system natively and securely runs Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android.

Aurangzeb Khan, Intelligent Vision Systems SVP at Jabra, has declared: “We're thrilled to have contributed to the development of this enterprise-grade Android platform and to deliver it with PanaCast 50 Video Bar System as the first video solution for this platform. together, Jabra and Microsoft unveil video solution that combines Microsoft's legacy across platforms, safety, management and scale with Jabra's leading video technology, for the benefit of our customers.”

Built on cryptography PKI de Microsoft and Qualcomm Trusted Execution Environment, The platform offers security and tamper-resistant attestation by enabling secure identification of the device and its configuration.

All of this is built with the advantage that the SoC Qualcomm QC8250 for IoT supports multiple simultaneous VPU-based hardware offload instances, with up to 8K video encoding and decoding.

“Safety, reliability, management and performance are critical for businesses around the world and, based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and partnering with Qualcomm, we're excited to offer a solution designed for shared spaces that brings the best Microsoft has to offer on those fronts, while providing flexibility and diversity in the hardware and software offered.", Says Dave Kearney, general manager of Program Management at Microsoft.

Qualcomm QCS8250 SoC also enables video capture of up to 64 megapixels for high-definition video.

“Qualcomm Technologies is proud to be part of the collaboration to create Jabra Panacast 50 Video Bar System with the addition of the QCS8250 SoC”, declares Dev Singh, vice-president, Business Development, and head of building & Enterprise, and industrial automation by Qualcomm Technologie. “Panacast 50 Video Bar System uses the SoC's security and video processing features to bring this pioneering collaboration system to market”.

Security is backed by Microsoft, with a secure government-grade development environment, State-of-the-art code analysis, Threat detection and software updates customers can rely on for shared meeting spaces.

In addition, PanaCast 50 Video Bar System is designed to adapt to the evolving unified communications experiences and needs of hybrid workplaces with its software-defined, AI-powered platform.

It's easy to install, Manage & Use, with everything you need for video meetings built into PanaCast Control One-touch start/join without the need for additional devices, allowing for easy deployment and management, Secure and scalable in any small or medium-sized room.

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by • 31 sea, 2023
• section: AV Conferencing, control, business, Telepresence / videoconference