BOSE WORK at ENTERPRISE CONNECT 2020
August 3 - 6, 2020
Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA
Work better. Wherever.
Bose Work solutions bring the simplicity and clarity of Bose to conferencing and unified communications. From desktop and mobile conferencing products, to all-in-one innovations for huddle spaces, to fully integrated systems for meeting rooms, Bose Work solutions help keep the whole team on the same page.
In the modern workplace, collaboration means conferencing. Bose Work all-in-one products — such as the Bose Videobar VB1— simplify huddle spaces and make it easier for teams to work together and feel like they’re in the same room. Automatic beam-steering mics actively focus on voices in the room and reject noise. Bose-proprietary transducers produce rich sound. And a 4K, ultra-HD camera delivers crystal-clear video so nobody misses out on important whiteboard details.
Desktop and mobile conferencing
Today the workplace is every place: office, home, car, and coffee shop. Bose desktop and mobile conferencing products, such as Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 UC ,help remote workers and cubicle conferencers feel more engaged and collaborate with confidence. The headphones’ adaptive eight-microphone system helps you turn any space into a meeting place. These microphones isolate your voice, so you sound like yourself, and they actively hunt down and reject noise, so you hear all the important details.
Integrated meeting rooms
Clear the table for better collaboration. The Bose ES1 Ceiling Audio Solution combines the premium performance of the Bose EdgeMax in-ceiling loudspeaker and Sennheiser TeamConnect Ceiling 2 microphone — along with a Bose amplifier and DSP — to deliver a seamless meeting experience that empowers productivity.
For a more productive workday
Bose conferencing products integrate seamlessly with existing platforms, enhancing popular third-party cloud services such as Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Zoom, and more. Bose Work solutions help teams collaborate more effectively, moving beyond “good enough” audio and video so interactions are more natural and people can hear more, see more, understand more — and work better.