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Video Conferencing

Common man’s definition –
Video Conferencing is the technology that makes it possible for people located at different locations to have a chat session in which they can not only talk to each other but also see each other. The audio and video quality is so good that it gives a feeling that the other person is just across the table.

Intro –
A major user benefit of convergence is the ability to quickly and easily choose the right method of communication for the right message…starting with e-mail, which everyone has today, for time-insensitive messages. As you move up to more interactive methods - at the top of the scale is in-person meetings. Nothing will ever take place of one-on-one meeting for the most critical communications, like first meetings, final interviews, and final contracts.

Video Conferencing is the next best thing to an in-person meeting. We shake hands at a first meeting, but follow up discussions are just as impactful over video conferencing. Decision-making is much faster and more information is exchanged face-to-face in a video than could ever be possible with audio and data. Experts can be in multiple locations on the same day.

Key Benefits of Using Video

  • Improved communication, collaboration and enhanced information flow
  • Increased productivity
  • Faster decision-making and time to market
  • Reduced travel time and expenses
  • Optimized resource allocation
  • Environmentally friendly technology
  • Enhanced quality of life

Trend –
The video conferencing world is in the midst of a massive migration from circuit-switched ISDN transmission to packet- switched IP networks. IP promises lower costs, easier management, remote monitoring and control, higher bandwidth calls enabling higher quality audio and video, and integration into the corporate information technology mainstream.

A few other important trends are listed below

  • Data Collaboration, now adopted by virtually all videoconferencing manufacturers, is making it simple for users to see the presenter (people) and the presentation (data) at the same time.
  • Streaming and archiving functionality provide the ability to create, record and distribute video content easily, allowing users access to the content they need at a time most convenient for them.
  • Next generation wireless networks hold promise for video applications that require mobility, such as emergency response, site inspection, or staff who are often on the road, allowing users of 3G phones to connect in point-to-point or multipoint video calls.
  • Videoconferencing systems supporting high definition (HD) and enhanced image resolutions are promising even clearer and more detailed video.

Options/USPs –

  • Point-to-point as well as Multiparty systems available
  • Desktop, Conference room as well as Boardroom systems available
  • Software based VC available
  • Connectivity options on ISDN, IP and both
  • Make PowerPoint presentations on VC
  • Options for external mics (with echo cancellation)
  • Preset-based or voice tracking camera
  • HDTV quality VC available!

Catalogs –

Polycom VSX 5000
Polycom VSX 7000-S
Polycom VSX 7000-E
Polycom VSX 8000
Polycom VSX 6000
Polycom VSX 3000
Polycom V 500
Polycom PVX
Sony PCS 1p
Sony PCS TL-30
Sony PCS TL-50
Sony PCS G-50p
Sony PCS G-70n
Tandberg Director MXP
Tandberg Set-Top 990 / 880 / 770 MXP
Tandberg Set-Top 550 MXP
Tandberg 150 MXP
Tandberg 1000 MXP
Tandberg 1700 MXP HD
Tandberg Edge 95/85/75 MXP HD
Tandberg Profile 3000 MXP HD
Tandberg Profile 6000 MXP HD
Tandberg Profile 7000 MXP
Tandberg Profile 8000 MXP HD


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