How much time do you put into thinking about the number of power outlets in your room and proprietary cabling restrictions before choosing which tech you need in your conference rooms? The typical conference room install can be smooth sailing or an absolute nightmare depending on the products you’ve chosen to integrate into the room.
But doesn’t it depend on the room too?
Yes, of course, the size of the room definitely plays a factor because typically the larger the room the more complicated the solution. For example, installing an integrated room is typically way more complicated than a huddle room. However, depending on the product, the number of connections needed, and the few available outlets in the room the installation can quickly become a nightmare. So yes, some rooms are more complicated than others but overall traditional conference room audio installs usually require more cabling and connections than you’d think.
Let’s be honest here, when it comes to installing new conference room technology, there is nothing more frustrating than when you go to plug everything in and each product requires one cable for power, another for data, and to top it off, you don’t have enough outlets in the room. Not only is this time consuming but it can quickly become a logistical nightmare.
There’s still hope after all
The good news is that with today’s advancements in conference room tech, you don’t have to complicate installs anymore. One network connection can supply each device with data and power. That means you won’t be hindered by the number of outlets in a room ever again.
To set up the ecosystem just place your products wherever you want in the room, plug them in with a single Ethernet cable, and assign them to a room on the Stem ecosystem platform. If you want to know more about how to set up your first room in minutes you can learn more by clicking here! Finally, you can kiss complicated cabling goodbye.
It’s time to ditch the complicated conference room audio. You deserve better than that.