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ZTE launches HD video conferencing products
May 24, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
Launched in partnership with UK distributor Touchline Video, the ZTE T700 4MX and T700 8MX video conferencing systems promise to offer "superior" call quality and "outstanding" visual communications for small to medium businesses.
Touchline's Business Development and Marketing Manager, Kerry Lees, told The INQUIRER that both new products are able to perform at this level as they "support high resolutions at a very low bandwidth".
The systems will stream HD 1080p30 resolution video calls at 1Mbit/s and HD 720p30 resolution at 512kbit/s.
Touchline's managing director Barry Cross said in a statement that the software has been developed as an "efficient means of B2B communication" as these days enterprises are opting to economise on processes and travel.
"Video conferencing presents a logical and efficient means of B2B communication while reducing expenditure," he said.
Sales director at ZTE UK, Paul Cobos added that the demand for a good quality video conferencing tool is growing not only as a substitute for travel, "but also as a way of increasing efficiency in the workplace".
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