BrightCom announces a reduction in entry price to the ClearView HD Desktop Video Conferencing offering. The HD video solution provides users HD clarity and on-board H.264 video encoding, offloading the amount of processing power a PC needs to provide a clear connection.
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BrightCom CEO Bob McCandless discusses his views on the telepresence and video conferencing industry in 2010, details how major vendors including Cisco, Polycom, Vidyo and Skype impacted the year and makes predictions for the industry in 2011.
BrightCom announces the new ClearView Desktop/PC HD Video Conferencing solution offering onboard H.264 video encoding, 720p video quality and beating Cisco and LifeSize in price.
BrightCom’s Visual Collaboration System 2.6 improves Lumina Telepresence and ClearView Video Conferencing codecs for a more collaborative conferencing experience.
By Amy Tierney, TMCnet Web Editor, TMCnet News
With cost savings on the minds of many business executives these days, organizations are on the hunt for cost-effective communications tools. And two popular technologies that are growing in adoption are telepresence and videoconferencing.
TMCnet spoke with Bob McCandless, CEO of Brightcom, a provider of integrated telepresence and videoconferencing solutions and Mark Szotkowski a communications broker and master agent with Portfolio Communications Solutions, about the best practices for telepresence and videoconferencing implementations.
By Amy Tierney, Senior Web Editor, TMCnet News
In an effort to better explain the technical, operational and cultural aspects involved in the world of telepresence and videoconferencing, independent research firm and consultancy, Human Productivity Lab and Brockmann & Company, a customer insight firm, has published the first industry handbook on inter-company telepresence and videoconferencing.
Thanks to greater enhancements in video capabilities, videoconferencing is quickly becoming a key component of collaborative business environments. For example, H.264 Scalable Video Coding and other technologies allow the delivery of high-quality video to a number of applications, such as real-time videoconferencing, broadcasting and streaming.
As more and more companies better understand the benefits of video communications, organizations are increasingly using the latest collaboration applications, such as videoconferencing and telepresence, to trim their travel budgets and boost efficiency.
By Amy Tierny, TMCnet Web Editor
With technological advancements such as telepresence and video conferencing readily available to most businesses today, it’s a wonder why people still endure long traffic delays and cope with rising gas prices to meet for in-person meetings.
Crescent Solutions chooses BrightCom’s Telepresence and Video Conferencing infrastructure to enhance face to face communications for customer project management.
by Amy Tierney, TMCnet Web Editor
Editor’s note: In the fifth installment of its five-part series highlighting the industry segment, TMCnet discusses how businesses are using communication technology with BrightCom, a provider of integrated telepresence and video conferencing solutions. Recently, TMCnet showcased how BrightCom’s telepresence and video conferencing services can be used to reduce local and global travel. This week, we show how the use of telepresence can help businesses gain a competitive edge.