SMB multi-party VC solution from Radvision

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The Scopia XT1000 SMB is a new solution from Radvision designed to deliver HD video conferencing at the desktop level with integrated multi-party functionality. Radvision says that the new solution reflects the flaxible working practices within SMBs by supporting use at home, on the road, with partners and with customers. Capabilities include automatic firewall traversal, HD room system functionality with dual

The Scopia XT100 SMB is designed to allow staff of smaller companies to take part in multi-party sessions while at home, on the road or in the office.

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Radvision says that the  key benefit to the Scopia XT1000 SMB is the ease with which the software can be deployed across multiple desktops internally and externally, at no additional cost, providing all users with access to an HD video conferencing room system.

“We see the XT1000 SMB edition as the ideal solution for any SMB,” says Andy Wright, managing director at distributor, Video Corporation. “Radvision have packed many features into this product that you would normally see only in an ‘enterprise’ solution from other vendors costing much more  and using infrastructure and licensed-based products. As well as full 1080p HD video and data collaboration, up to 9-site multi-conference capability and the ability for remote/web-based users to join a conference as well, it is also a very simple solution for any small to medium-sized business to deploy and manage”.

The Scopia XT1000 product line supports two streams of HD video each at 1080p resolution and 30 frames per second (fps).  The high-end camera offers 10x optical zoom for viewing details as well as wide angle capability for seeing an entire group.  The system supports high resolution PC data sharing at 30fps so presentations and even video clips can be shared with zero perceived loss of quality.  The embedded HD Multi-party Conferencing Unit (MCU) with support for continuous presence meetings with up to nine participants is the highest capacity embedded MCU in the industry today. The Scopia XT Desktop HD software is a free “viral” client that can be installed on any Windows PC or Mac.

Highlights

  • Scopia XT1000 Series HD Room System – with dual 1080p 30fps video, full band audio and high resolution data sharing.
  • 4 or 9 Participant HD MCU with Continuous Presence – this high capacity embedded MCU provides everything for multi-party video conferencing without an external network MCU.
  • Scopia Desktop HD Video Conferencing – for the PC and Mac, fully extending the room system experience to the desktop, including HD video and data collaboration.
  • Desktop Client Distribution – the desktop software can be installed on an unlimited number of PCs and Macs, providing participation by anyone, including users outside an organization.
  • Automatic Firewall Traversal – providing an effective way to extend video communications beyond an internal network to workers at home, or on the road and at external organisations.

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