We had a great time at Interop Las Vegas!

Last week, the Highfive team attended Interop Las Vegas, as we joined thousands of IT pros in celebrating 30 years of IT Innovation. At Highfive, we’re focused on collaboration in the meeting room – so it was really awesome to see tons of teams coming together to showcase the world of collaboration today.

But the most exciting part of our Interop experience was announcing our partnership with Dolby Voice to bring amazing audio quality to your meeting rooms. We’d like to give a special shout out to their team for helping man the booth!

In case you missed it, here’s a recap of our time at Interop. You can also check out what attendees were saying about @HighfiveHQ here.

A look at our booth

We want to thank everyone who had a chance to stop by our booth or attend one of our sessions throughout the conference! Not only were Highfive reps giving demos to attendees at the booth, but people were also able to step into a Dolby Voice listening booth to hear the audio quality of our new offering.



Our CEO’s interview with InformationWeek

Our CEO Shan Sinha sits down with Brian Gillooly, VP of Events Content & Strategy for UBM, to explain how Highfive is bringing a “consumer-like experience to an industry that has largely been fraught with complexity and expense.” Watch the video below for details about the Highfive product and our new partnership with Dolby Voice.

Other events throughout the conference

Scroll through the photos below to check out our other speaking sessions and meetings with the press:

Read what the press had to say about our Dolby Voice partnership announcement:

Highfive Taps Dolby Voice to Enhance Video Calls // No Jitter, Beth Schultz.
Forget the Why, Just Use Cloud Video // NoJitter, Beth Schultz.
Dolby labs, Highfive partner on video, audio conferencing service // SFGate, Benny Evangelista
Dolby Digital Collaborating with HighFive to Bring Back the Crisp Audio Experience // The Technews, John Casper.
Dolby teams with Highfive for crisp conferencing audio // TechnoBuffalo, Brandon Russell. 


By Katie Takacs