Yes, for larger meeting rooms, an HDL300 audio conferencing system can be connected to a Microsoft Surface Hub so that everyone’s voice is picked up clearly.
Simply connect the HDL300 system’s connect module USB cable to the USB-A port on the bottom I/O panel. Do not use the side-panel USB ports as these are reserved for media devices and walk-up-and-use scenarios.
From the Surface Hub Windows OS,
The HDL300 system will now integrate seamlessly with the native Surface Hub Skype for Business or Microsoft Teams™.
Since Surface HUB accepts UWA applications only, Nureva Room Manager cannot be loaded onto the Surface Hub on-board PC. Therefore, when setting up the HDL300 or updating firmware, a third-party laptop is required - simply connect the laptop directly to the HDL300 Connect Module and launch Nureva Room Manager. You can check for updates or preset the audio settings - Volume 100%, Mic 85% and Bass 30%. The settings will be stored on the HDL300 and you can disconnect the laptop, and re-connect the Connect Module to the Surface Hub for normal operation and calls.
The technical specifications for the Surface Hub can be found on Microsoft's website.
Last updated: August 20, 2019