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HuddleCamHD releases new USB based video conferencing systems

October 25, 2016 | Telepresence Options


HuddleCamHD announces new products for Q4 2016 which includes new USB based video conferencing systems.

Philadelphia, PA - HuddleCamHD announces today that a set of new USB based video conferencing systems will now be able available through select distribution partners. The HuddleCamHD Team and Team Plus kits feature the latest third generation Intel NUC computers, USB conference cameras and beam-forming microphones creating complete turn-key video conferencing systems that can be used with any cloud based service. Each video collaboration system comes with a new dashboard software called Quick Launch simplifying meeting spaces and enabling conferences rooms for 21st century collaboration.

"At the heart of each HuddleCamHD Video Collaboration System is an Intel NUC with Quick Launch" explains Partner Manager Margaret Wilman. Quick Launch is a meeting room dashboard software integrating with the top cloud based video conferencing software including, GoToMeeting, Skype for Business, Vidyo, WebEX and Zoom. "We now have the ability to lock down the Intel NUC which is a popular customer request" says Wilman.

The HuddleCamHD video collaboration systems start at just $2,399 MSRP. "Each system includes everything needed for installation" says lead support technician Andy Chatfield. "We are setting a new price point for flexible video conferencing deployments in the industry."

You can learn more about HuddleCamHD's Video Collaboration Systems here:

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Company Name: HuddleCam HD
Contact Person: Paul Richards
Email: Send Email
Phone: 1 800 486-5276
Address:152 Robbins Rd
City: Downingtown
State: PA
Country: United States

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