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If you joined us for Zoomtopia 2018, you must have noticed that Zoom Rooms were at the heart of our conference. Our expo hall showcased four types of Zoom Rooms: executive office/huddle room (small), conference room (midsize), boardroom (large), and training room (very large).
While complex, costly hardware-based conference rooms collect dust around the world, more and more companies are turning to Zoom Rooms to maximize the efficiency of their meeting spaces, and increase collaboration and team productivity. Uber, Hubspot, and Copart are examples of companies that have taken Zoom Rooms to a whole new level and built them strategically to meet business-critical needs. We’ve partnered with hardware suppliers to develop Zoom devices with deep integrations and minimize the number of components. While Zoom Rooms can be deployed by in-house IT, we also offer our own professional services team and have partnered with integrators around the world to help you set up your rooms.
At Zoomtopia 2018, we showcased four types of Zoom Rooms. Each one serves a different purpose, so each room’s hardware and design were chosen accordingly. These designs also highlight the variety of hardware that works with Zoom Rooms, maximizing the versatility of the solution. Below are the exact configurations we used, so you can replicate them in your own workplaces:
Executive Office / Huddle Room:
For you, Zoom Rooms aficionados, check out the newest feature announcements we made at Zoomtopia (“Zoom Rooms” section of this blog post). Sign up for our 1-on-1 demo today to find out more about Zoom Rooms and work with our team when you are ready to deploy Zoom Rooms at your company.