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Conferencing (Audio/Video/Web)

Pixavi's Explosion-Proof HD Video Collaboration Camera

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Pixavi's Explosion-Proof HD Video Collaboration Camera

Pixavi introduces an explosion proof version of the Xcaster 5000 HD camera series.

The rugged camera is certified for Zone 1 both for ATEX (Europe) and IECEx (international). Pixavi has applied it's advanced intrinsically safe camera technology to enable communication from any Zone 1 or Zone 2 environment on an international level.

The need for high quality collaboration solutions throughout enterprise markets is increasing rapidly. This is seen through an increasing adoption of Video Conferencing and Telepresence as well as web based collaboration solutions. By introducing the Xcaster EX 5000, a Zone 1 certified version of the Xcaster 5000 series, Pixavi can bring this technology to customers within chemical plants, oil and gas, shipyards, mines and other environments requiring strictly certified electronic equipment.

The Xcaster EX5000 offers wireless audio, video and still image collaboration tool for Zone 1 hazardous area. With powerful features like 802.11n and High Definition video as well as versatile video conferencing support, the device operates on standard WiFi networks and requires no extra software on the receiving side to operate.

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Telepresence to Reach $2.7 Billion by 2015

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Telepresence to Reach $2.7 Billion by 2015

Despite the tough economic environment, sales of telepresence hardware, software and services grew to $567 million in 2009, says ABI Research in a new study.

"Nearly any size company has access to telepresence and video conferencing services," says David Lemelin, director of the ABI's Enterprise Communications Research Service. "Suppliers are helping businesses transition to telepresence by introducing personal and room-based HD video conferencing solutions. Telepresence room rentals are also on the rise."

Expanding the options for Read more...

LifeSize Adds Video Center

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LifeSize Adds Video Center

LifeSize beefs up its infrastructure product line with the Video Center, a one button HD streaming, recording, and auto-publishing solution.

This $30K solution (Flash-based which is popular but don't tell Steve Jobs who is ranting against Flash these days) does in one box what other solutions do in two.

When the incoming stream comes from a LifeSize 220 endpoint (which has the power to transcode), Video Center performs the live streaming and publishing at one time. The single box can encode 20 HD quality live sessions or 40 SD sessions Read more...

WebEx Meetings on BlackBerry

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WebEx Meetings on BlackBerry

You're late and never going to make that conference. You stop, pull out your Blackberry, go to your WebEx meeting invitation in your email and click on the "To join this meeting link."

That launches the WebEx Meeting Center app on your BlackBerry smartphone. You enter the meeting number, find your meeting, and learn one more time why they call it Crackberry,The Addictive One.

You'll need a Blackberry (QWERTY or touch-screen), OS 4.6 or higher with access to capable 3G or wi-fi (make sure your mobile operator's network supports simultaneous voice Read more...

What's in the Cisco Approval?

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What's in the Cisco Approval?

The European Commission approved the $3.4 billion acquisition, and the U.S. Department of Justice won't challenge it: Cisco's acquisition of Tandberg will go through and change the video conferencing landscape forever.

But as with any political victory, there's wheeling-&-dealing that pays the price for the deal.

In this case, to win EC blessing, Cisco agrees to enhance interoperability between its multi-screen video conferencing offerings and those of competitors.

To blunt the concern of European and American regulators about the potential Read more...

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