On July 5, Logitech and Tencent Meeting held a launch event to release their one-stop “full-scenario, multi-category and cross-domain” smart office solution to meet the growing mixed office needs of Chinese enterprises.
Logitech and Tencent Meeting made the deal to work together back in 2019. At present, 14 Logitech devices are certified by Tencent Conference. The full-scenario smart office solution unveiled at this launch event covers various application scenarios such as personal collaboration, as well as conference rooms ranging from compact sizes to larger sizes. It provides high-definition audio and video cloud video conference capabilities for enterprises and individuals.
Mixed offices require both a powerful cloud conferencing platform and a set of powerful collaboration and communication tools. The former facilitates employees to collaborate efficiently, while the latter provides an immersive audio and video experience. Logitech and Tencent Meeting are deeply integrated based on the “cloud + end” model. They are cooperating in product development, business development and joint marketing to provide high-quality video collaboration solutions for individuals and enterprises, bringing equal and immersive meeting experiences.
At this launch event, Logitech launched a number of new telecommuting products suitable for Tencent Meeting to meet more mixed office application situations.
For individual users who work from home, LOGI DOCK, an integrated docking station equipped with conference control and speaker, will help simplify the home office while improving the efficiency and experience of telecommuting.
In addition, Tencent Meeting and Logitech and other hardware manufacturers have recently released a new plan to renovate conference rooms with typical pain points and industry characteristics free of charge based on the combination of software and hardware capabilities of Tencent Meeting Rooms. They plan to renovate and build 10,000 cloud conference rooms together with customers in various industries over the next three years to improve the efficiency of teleconferencing.