WebRTC, Wireless, video, Unified Communications, contact centers, SIP Trunking, the Cloud… all of these topics and more make up the focus of Enterprise Connect, the leading conference and exposition on enterprise communications and collaboration. Industry thought and market leaders come from near and far to share comprehensive analyses of products, technologies, and applications. And the companies that create these new, innovative products come to showcase the latest in UC technology.
With so much happening at the show, it’s easy to lose track of some of the announcements and information coming out of Enterprise Connect. We’ve compiled a quick list of some of the announcements that you should be paying attention to:
AudioCodes Showcases WebRTC to Microsoft Lync Connectivity
AudioCodes, a provider of converged voice solutions that enable enterprises and service providers to transition to all-IP voice networks, showcased the first of its kind connectivity between WebRTC to Lync at the Enterprise Connect show. This WebRTC to Lync connectivity, allowing for innovative, user-friendly business to customer services, utilizes AudioCodes’ Mediant Session Border Controller (SBC), allowing Lync users to be accessible via the Web using a standard Web browser that supports WebRTC.
Enterprises and contact centers using Lync can now connect web users to their Lync network for a multitude of use cases including customers calling from a company’s website, calling from a link in an employee’s email signature, or joining a meeting from a URL instead of having to install a software client for participating in a collaboration session.
Jupiter Systems Demos New Canvas CRS-4K Conference Room System
Jupiter Systems, a supplier of collaborative visualization solutions for video walls, PCs, and mobile devices, demonstrated its new, award winning, Canvas CRS-4K to complement its award-winning Canvas enterprise software. The Canvas CRS-4K is a conference room system in a small, quiet box that enables powerful Canvas collaboration for teams in conference rooms and huddle rooms. Running the Canvas Client, CRS-4K allows teams to share live video, real-time data, documents, application screens, and presentations with remote users in a rich collaborative environment.
Array Telepresence Debuts System for Immersive Videoconferencing
Array Telepresence, a start-up telepresence solution provider, debuted a new system that enables immersive telepresence in typical conference rooms using an organization’s existing videoconferencing system. The Equal-i DX Camera Module and Equal-i 2S Image Processor use Equal-i Technology to improve the quality of traditional videoconferencing systems. The Equal-i technology brings the furthest participants “up close and personal” increasing the pixel count on the farthest person by 6.5 times that of a conventional Pan-Tilt-Zoom videoconferencing camera. The system improves the meeting format, conceals the camera, and improves the eye-line. The system also powers dual displays with HD video using a single videoconferencing codec and bitstream, creating a wide-format, immersive view of the remote scene with no discernable impact on latency.
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