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TPO Catalog Adds 5 New Visual Collaboration Listings
The Telepresence and Videoconferencing Catalog, is being completely redesigned and upgraded in 2014 to provide the most comprehensive overview of visual collaboration providers on the Internet. We recently added 5 new enhanced listings to the catalog, including:
Be sure to check back soon as we are now constantly adding new listings and improvements.
Teleris:@anywhere - This is the first fully managed software-based video client, designed to extend the Teliris Ecosystem to the desktop. Compatible with any PC or Mac, Teliris @nywhere allows you to stay connected at home or in the office. With an intuitive user interface and built-in multipoint capability, Teliris @nywhere delivers HD quality video right to your computer over general purpose networks or the internet.
ClearOne: Collaborate Desktop -�COLLABORATE Desktop offers high-definition audio and video up to 720p and 1080p*, and includes features and functionality that extend far beyond the capabilities of a desktop videoconferencing application.
AVTEQ:Credenzas - AVTEQ's fully customizable Technology Credenza can house all your equipment and offers a unique integrated screen mounting system that eliminates wall-mounted displays. It comes with a sliding/rotating equipment rack on one end and one or two empty bays with removable/adjustable shelves, or enough room for a mini fridge.
Polycom: RPX 200: Seating up to 28 per room, Polycom RPX accommodates even your large meetings with ease. Using the Polycom RealPresence Platform, you can connect with many locations at once, with everyone visible on the large seamless video wall. Easily connect with other immersive environments, traditional room video systems, desktop or mobile users for a powerful command-and-control experience. It can also be used for traditional in-person meetings, for a more efficient use of limited conference room space.
ACT:Conferencing Forum - Forum is a reservation-less, on-demand HD video conferencing service; it's ideal for spontaneous or everyday multipoint meetings. Participants can join the virtual video conference from most room settings.
Leveraging the cloud, Forum delivers interoperability and offers a true bring-your-own-device (BYOD) service, allowing any traditional video conference room, desktop or mobile device to join the same multi-party call, at a fraction of the cost.
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