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Virtualisation of Video Conferencing Infrastructure greatly improves management for IT and reduces hardware by 90%, according to new whitepaper by VideoCentric

October 16, 2013 | Telepresence Options

VideoCentric

Today, VideoCentric have released a white paper discussing the benefits of the Virtualisation of Video Conferencing to businesses with a VMWare or Hyper-V IT Environment, and how the high costs, complexities and inefficiencies of traditional video conferencing are now being overcome by Virtualising Video Infrastructure.

The whitepaper presents a non-vendor specific view that enables IT Management, financial decision makers and C-Level Executives to understand challenges faced when implementing video conferencing infrastructure that enables secure, HD, multiparty business to business connectivity, and the specific key benefits of virtualising their video environment.

"The benefits of Virtualisation for IT infrastructure have been recognised for many years, but Video Conferencing has been slow on the uptake, mainly due to the intensive server requirements for business class performance and interoperability. However, recent developments have now made it possible for us to virtualise Video Conferencing & Collaboration infrastructure, and this paper helps organisations recognise the benefits of integrating both worlds together," commented Emily Shimell, Communications Manager at VideoCentric Ltd.

Miss Shimell added, "Virtualisation greatly improves efficiency, hugely reduces costs traditionally associated with video conferencing, and enables organisations to easily and quickly trial infrastructure to prove its worth, which has never been possible before".

To download a copy of the white paper, please visit�www.videocentric.co.uk/solutions/virtualisation/whitepaper







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