DIY Skype Room System
Room 4 is a plug-and-play and affordable complete meeting room video conferencing solution for Lync or Skype for Business
Instant and easy
Room 4 Skype Room System is purpose-built with an effortless DIY setup and deployment model. Simply connect Room 4 to your TV with the provided HDMI cable, plug-in your existing cameras, AV devices, and meeting room peripherals with USB, and connect the power and network cable.
Watch 1-minute demo video
A brilliant user interface for your Skype-enabled meeting room
Walk-through of Cequens Room 4 start screen calendar, click on a red dot above to learn more
Maintaining a user experience consistent with Skype for Business and Lync is important so your end users can start using your Skype meeting room right away without needing special training or frequent calls to your IT department. Room 4's entire user interface was designed from the ground up with the average end user in mind, this ensures that you smart Skype room system instantly accommodates all your employees.
Dual display and touch display support for an interactive and collaborative Skype room system
Wireless sharing or screen mirroring from laptops, tablets, and mobile phones improves content sharing and collaboration
Room 4 Skype room system uses AirSharing technology to wirelessly share content from laptops, tablets, or smartphones. The shared content can be presented to in-room attendees on the display or shared with Lync Conference Call remote participants. No additional software add-on or client download needed on any device to start wireless sharing using AirSharing technology.
Room 4's AirSharing technology supports MiraCast, AirPlay and Intel Unite.
Intel Unite support for your Skype Room System
* Intel Unite support will be rolled out to select Room 4 models during Fall 2016
Add a PTZ camera and touch display for an immersive Skype for Business video conferencing experience
Room 4 supports a wide range of Skype for business hardware and meeting room peripherals, video conferencing gear and AV equipment like cameras and speakerphones. Our camera support also extends to Pan-Tilt-Zoom cameras that you can control right from your Skype meeting room's main user interface using a single remote control. Based on your conference room size, you can use a Front of Room camera for small rooms, PTZ or Panoramic Cameras for mid-size and large rooms. You can connect more than one camera and switch between them easily.
How Room 4 compares to other Skype for Business video conferencing devices
How to Build your Skype Room System
Determine room size and required displays
Choose a TV size appropriate to your room size, large rooms would require dual displays,
small and huddle rooms would require a smaller screen
Choose your USB cameras and AV equipment
Select the type of camera that fits your needs and budget, any generic USB will do,
now choose your other AV equipment and meeting room peripherals
Choose your Room 4 Skype Room System model
Pick the Room 4 model that's right for you. Room 4 Standard is suitable for smaller rooms,
while Room 4 Pro is ideal for larger rooms with dual and touch displays,
both are great for content sharing and collaboration!
Plug in your Room 4 Skype Room System
You are a few minutes away from enjoying your new Skype room follow these
two easy steps to configure your new Skype Room System;
1) Connect Room 4 to your TV with HDMI and 2) Connect your USB AV devices
Configure your Skype for Business and/or Exchange account
Power on Room 4, configure your network access, Skype for Business and/or
Microsoft Exchange accounts, and you're good to go
For more info, visit our blog post; 4 Easy Steps to Skype-Enable your Meeting Room
Choose your Room 4 Skype Room System Edition
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