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NORCO Partners with Intel to Offer Videoconferencing Solution

November 29, 2012 | Telepresence Options

NORCO, Embedded Computing -- November 28, 2012

NORCO Partners with Intel to Offer Videoconferencing Solution

Face the facts, videoconferencing is a powerful multimedia tool that improves communication and increases your organization's productivity. It has become a necessity to do the business today. However, it has traditionally only been accessible to big companies with big budgets. The only video technology affordable enough for small or medium-sized businesses has been comsumer-grade point- to-point solutions. Until now, NORCO, a global leading supplier of industrial-grade embedded and clouded based solutions, co-working with Intel to offer the video conferencing solution that small and medium-sized businesses can afford. This video conferencing solution also can be customized as per customers'specific requirements. The components within a conferencing system can be divided up into several different layers, including User Interface, conference control, control or signal plane and media plane. The conferencing system makes the traditional CCTV image and voice into shared resources on computer Internet, for remote resources sharing and monitoring. This solution incorporates enterprise system, desktop system, portable system, multipoint control system and video endpoints. This solution can be widely used for conferences, remote educations, Tele-medicine and other applications in fields such as government, telecommunication, military, education, medical, banks and enterprises.

The Benefits Video Conferencing Brings to Enterprise:

The main benefits of this type of communication that immediately come to mind include:

Cost-effective & Efficient meetings -- cut down travel expenses; video is engaging, increasing

participants' attention span

Improved communication -- visual aspects, such as body language and object displays, promote better understanding of concepts

Keeping remote workers involved -- stay in better touch with tele-workers and road warriors

Remote training -- update staff on the fly

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