|Intelligent Speaker Provides Advanced Audio, Innovative Communication for Up to 10 Person Meeting Rooms
EPOS has launched EXPAND Capture 5 -- a new Intelligent speaker for Microsoft Teams Rooms that will enable professionals to meet the reality of the hybrid workplace and unite colleagues efficiently by taking virtual meetings to the next level.
The EXPAND Capture 5 levels the playing field and empowers professionals whether they're working remote or from the office. Now, meeting participants joining from an onsite meeting room can have a high-quality speaker that automates live transcriptions, allowing remote participants to follow what is being said and by whom -- for optimal collaboration and communication.
|Sentry Electric Expands Customized Fiber Optic Installations to Telecom Market
Sentry Electrical Group, Inc. now offers fiber optic installations to customers outside of the energy market. The organization's new Fiber Optic division expands Sentry's trusted fiber optic services to telecommunications companies throughout the United States and into Canada.
Sentry's new Fiber Optic division will continue to serve utilities in the renewable energy market by expanding and maintaining wind and solar energy infrastructure, as well as work closely with telecommunications companies to fulfill their broadband needs, including fiber to the home (FTTH).
|New Rubber Duck and Omni Antennas Ideal for 5G
KP Performance Antennas has introduced a new line of Gigabit rubber duck and Omni antennas that are ideal for 5G public and private network users including industrial, enterprise, utilities and mil/aero.
KP's new line of sub-6 GHz RF antennas for 5G includes rubber duck and Omni options that cover 600 MHz up to 7.2 GHz frequency bands. These antennas are ideal for public or private 5G networks. They can be used for WiFi 5, WiFi 6 and WiFi 6e networks.
"This new line of Omni and rubber duck antennas for 5G meets the global demand for the latest telecommunications technologies including 5G in all sub-6 GHz bands, 600 MHz and even the expanded CBRS band," said Kevin Hietpas, Product Line Manager.