Leaders in Audio and Video Partner to Deliver Immersive Video Conferencing
Download driver dolby advanced audio v2 for free. System Utilities downloads - Dolby Advanced Audio V2 User Interface Driver for Windows 7 by Dolby Laboratories Inc and many more programs are available for instant and free download. The national average salary for an employee at Dolby Laboratories is $113,809 per year or $54.0 per hour. Those in the bottom 10th percentile earn under $85,000 a year, while the high earners in the top 90th percentile can make over $150,000. Dolby Laboratories and Blue Jeans Network are collaborating to create a new meeting experience. Initially, Dolby Voice, the audio technology delivering in-person sound quality, is being integrated into BlueJeans onVideo and BlueJeans Huddle group meeting solutions.
San Francisco, CA and Mountain View, CA– March 28, 2017– Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE:DLB) and Blue Jeans Network, Inc., a leading video meetings platform, today announced the companies are collaborating to create an entirely new meeting experience. Initially, Dolby Voice™, the audio technology delivering in-person sound quality, is being integrated into BlueJeans onVideo and BlueJeans Huddle group meeting solutions. This creates superior meeting experiences scientifically designed to enhance comprehension and increase participant productivity.
“Dolby is a proven leader in creating spectacular audio and video experiences for cinema and home theater. Through Dolby Voice, our scientific research and technologies are applied to collaboration audio for conferencing that is exceptionally clear and natural sounding,” said Andrew Border, Vice President, Communications Business Group, Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby Voice combined with BlueJeans creates meeting experiences that are free from audio distractions and stimulate better participation and conference flow, closely resembling the dynamics and productivity of face-to-face meetings.”
Bringing together the BlueJeans platform with Dolby Voice effectively addresses common challenges such as background noise, not knowing who’s speaking, echo, people talking over one another, and uneven sound levels across environments. Combined, these technologies allow enterprises and individuals around the world to experience more productive video meetings.
“By integrating Dolby Voice with BlueJeans video services, we are radically improving the video conferencing experience. Dolby is widely recognized as a leader in sound technology, and this partnership represents BlueJeans’ continued commitment to delivering the best meeting experience for our customers,” said Krish Ramakrishnan, CEO of BlueJeans Network. “Enterprises around the world trust BlueJeans as their preferred video meetings platform because of our focus on quality. Dolby was an easy partner of choice for us because they are simply the best audio provider in the market.”
In parallel, BlueJeans is making the Dolby Conference Phone a part of the BlueJeans Huddle solution. The 360 degree voice pickup captures the entire room’s conversation, and spatial audio technology presents in-room and remote voices as if they come from a distinct location. This integration supports BlueJeans’ one-touch meeting initiation from the Dolby Conference Phone interface creating an in-room video meeting system that is easy to deploy, use, and manage.
According to Wainhouse Research, there are as many as 50 million meeting spaces that have not yet been video equipped. The new BlueJeans Huddle with Dolby Voice solution can turn these rooms into highly functional collaborative spaces by adding superior audio-visual technology at an accessible price point for businesses of any size.
BlueJeans Huddle with the Dolby Voice Conference Phone is expected to be available in Spring 2017.
To learn more about the partnership and BlueJeans Huddle with Dolby Voice, visit bluejeans.com/dolby-voice.
About Dolby Laboratories
Dolby Laboratories Network & Wireless Cards Driver Download
Dolby Laboratories (NYSE:DLB) creates audio, video, and voice technologies that transform entertainment and communications in mobile devices, at the cinema, at home, and at work. For more than 50 years, sight and sound experiences have become more vibrant, clear, and powerful in Dolby. For more information, please visit www.dolby.com.
Dolby, Dolby Voice, and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. All other trademarks remain the property of their respective owners. DLB-G.
About BlueJeans Network
BlueJeans is the world’s leading provider of interoperable video communication, bringing video to you wherever you are. Thousands of global companies use BlueJeans every day for meetings, events, and on social networks across any location or device including mobile, desktop, and room systems. BlueJeans replaces traditional web conferencing technologies for a modern workforce, delivering face-to-face video communication for any organization who wants to bring their employees, leaders, and partners closer together. For more information, visit www.bluejeans.com.
Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
Tony Carter – 404.316.0201
Director – Corporate Communications
Megan Maxwell – 650.810.6658
Dolby Laboratories Network & Wireless Cards Driver Downloads
GMK Communications for BlueJeans
Dolby A-type, introduced in 1965 was designed for use by professional recording studios to make quiet master tape recordings. In the early to mid 1970's its use was extended to film recording studios and motion picture release prints in order to make films sound better.
Dolby Laboratories Network & Wireless Cards Driver Download Windows 10
Dolby B-type noise reduction, providing about 10 dB of noise reduction at high frequencies, was a simplification of A-type. It extended the use of Dolby technology into the consumer environment, giving consumer electronic companies the ability to make cassette tapes and players which gave the consumer quiet recordings.
Dolby C-type noise reduction, introduced in 1981, was Dolby's second generation consumer system -- basically doubling the amount of noise reduction that B-type provided, and adding other technological features as well (spectral skewing, anti-saturation, etc.).
Dolby SR (spectral recording) was introduced in 1986 as Dolby's second generation professional recording system. Not only was it designed to provide more noise reduction but it also provides a number of other technological innovations that extend the recording's dynamic range and gives the user a master recording that is indistinguishable from the live sound. Thus SR is referred to as a signal processing system rather than just a noise reduction system.
Dolby S-type was derived from Dolby SR, and shares with it such developments as combining both fixed and sliding bands, anti-saturation, spectral skewing and modulation control. Dolby S-type gives the home consumer the ability to make cassette tapes that sound like CDs.
Dolby HX Pro, introduced in the early 1980s, provides high frequency headroom extension for improved tape recording by dynamically adjusting recording bias level.