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Altia's PanaCast panoramic video solution integrates with Microsoft Lync
Just as others are getting back to basics with their conferencing solutions, Altia Systems is looking to beef up the video capabilities of Microsoft Lync users. Or are those Skype for Business users? I lost track.
Altia Systems is a bit of an oddity in the videoconferencing world. The company goes beyond the traditional webcam and telepresence video capabilities by providing end-users with the ability to "look around." Touch-enabled controls on its PanaCast product line give the ability to move a webcam remotely so you can see freely look around at those you are chatting and collaborating with.
It's hardly a necessity for most videoconferences--maybe any videoconferences. Now its PanaCast Experience Plus is compatible with Lync, bringing those panoramic (up to 200 degrees of movement) to Lync users.
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