LifeSize scaleable solutions for multiparty VC

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Whether new to video conferencing or seeking a more flexible way to deploy it, organisations have a new option in the LifeSize Bridge 2200, This 16-port product enables organisations to take a building block approach,

LifeSize Bridge - a modular solution that scales with customer requirements.

scaling video conferencing deployments as needed. Based on a modular full HD architecture, the approximately US$4,000 per port LifeSize Bridge allows enterprises to purchase the appropriate number of bridges to accommodate their current video conferencing equipment needs and easily add capacity as the demand for HD video conferencing grows. Traditional solutions require IT decision-makers to predict their capacity needs far into the future, a counterintuitive process that can be difficult to defend when resources are limited and may result in unused capacity.

LifeSize Bridge reduces the need for a large upfront investment, enabling businesses of every size to allocate resources only where needed to reduce the risk associated with guessing future capacity. In addition, the new bridge or multipoint control unit (MCU) allows IT administrators to take advantage of existing network architectures and put the bridge anywhere they have extra capacity, minimising the need to make large bandwidth or other network infrastructure investments to fit their video conferencing needs.

LifeSize has developed a new MCU architecture utilising flat capacity that enables all users to have the same rich HD experience with minimal IT oversight and effort required. The LifeSize Bridge symmetric approach to both 720p60 and 1080p30 receives a high-quality video stream in and transmits the same high-quality resolution without distortion. LifeSize Bridge supports more than 200 resolutions and also features sustained frame rates, a customised screen layout per participant, and up to 4 Mbps throughput. LifeSize Bridge will be globally available by the end of the month for £54,299 RRP.

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