13:00 | 18/03/2021 Companies
(VEN) - The Vietnam headquarters of telecom giant Viettel Group in Hanoi has been equipped with an IP-based Dicentis conference system solution from Bosch. The system provides an optimal combination of superior sound quality, user-friendly operation, straightforward installation and elegant design.
The headquarters’ larger meeting rooms are now equipped with Dicentis conference systems; the smaller meeting rooms and multi-purpose rooms are equipped with Dicentis Wireless conference systems.
While architecturally impressive, the design of the new building posed a few challenges for meeting room functionality – including the feedback and echo that can be caused by glass walls. To address this, Bosch and AIC Trading (a Bosch Certified Partner) recommended high-directive microphones with low noise and low susceptibility to interference. These ensure consistently crisp and clear sound quality, enhancing the meetings, training sessions and other internal discussion activities that regularly take place on site. Along with its excellent audio performance, Dicentis is easy to operate for delegates and can be managed centrally. The system’s sleek styling blends into the overall aesthetic of the building’s modern interior, elevating the look and feel of each meeting room.
In addition to its flexible, intuitive user interface and features for uncomplicated setup and control, the IP-based Dicentis solution was the perfect choice to meet Viettel’s more complex technical requirements. The system integrates seamlessly with other systems in the building, including cameras, video conferencing software and loudspeakers.
The Dicentis system’s flexibility – in particular and quick setup/teardown time offered by Dicentis Wireless devices – has also added significant value during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has seen travel and health restrictions increase the need for people to attend meetings remotely via Skype, Teams, Zoom or similar platforms. To cater to this need, the Dicentis system easily interfaces with applications such as these, ensuring participants can join discussions from home while onsite participants maintain safe distances from one another.