Revolabs is now known as Yamaha Unified Communications!

by Jessica Crocker on June 4, 2018 · 0 comments

in Marketing,Press Releases,Sales,ScanSource Catalyst,ScanSource Communications,Technology


Meghan Markle isn’t the only one making headlines with a new name!

Have you heard the news? Maybe you know that Revolabs has been a part of the Yamaha family since 2014. And you probably also know that Yamaha Corporation is one of the best known and most respected companies in the world.

Now for the big news… Revolabs will henceforth be known as Yamaha Unified Communications!

The official press release can be found here, but in the meantime, let me tell you more about Yamaha Unified Communications…

Audio and video conferencing solutions from Yamaha Unified Communications, Inc. streamline collaboration and boost productivity wherever people work. Yamaha’s renowned and rigorous approach to development and manufacturing of enterprise-grade microphone systems, conference phones, and video sound bars ensures superior audio quality, reliability, and flexibility. With both wired and wireless options, Yamaha’s unified communications (UC) products enable users to have natural, clear conversations in every meeting space.

Here’s what you should know…

  • The website is changing! Now, you can explore the brand at
  • You can expect the same new look and logo on Revo—err… Yamaha’s brand page on the ScanSource site.
  • The Revolabs products you know and love—such as those introduced before 2014—will continue to bear the Revolabs name and will continue to be available.
  • Products going forward will bear the Yamaha Unified Communications name, which you may be familiar with from products like the CS-700, the YVC-300, and the YVC-1000.

With this fusion of technology and expertise, partners can only stand to benefit. Be on the lookout for great things to come!

As always, reach out to your ScanSource sales reps if you have questions about this name-changing news, or if you would like more information on these fantastic products.

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