Video Conferencing

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The advancement of communication and collaboration technology now means that national and even international meetings can happen at a click of a button thanks to high definition telepresence technology which evokes the same feeling as a live, connected, collaborative meeting.

Whether it’s one on one meetings or project team meetings, our video conferencing technology will meet all of your local and global conferencing demands without the need to travel. Video conferencing technology has a number of benefits including its ability to improve efficiency, cut travel costs and improve environmental friendliness.  It also has the added bonus of being able to share live data which can be interacted with and the ability to record live meetings for security and future reference needs.

Our solutions in video conferencing range from retrofitting a VC camera into a meeting room for use with Skype for Business to large scale deployments of video conferencing cameras, codecs and servers across large geographic networks.

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