RADVISION unveils HD SCOPIA XT1000 Piccolo video conferencing room system

 

RADVISION, a technology and end-to-end solution provider
for unified visual communications, announced the expansion of its video
conferencing product portfolio with the introduction of the SCOPIA XT1000
Piccolo.

 

The new SCOPIA XT1000 Piccolo room system delivers
affordable HD video communications for businesses of any size, enabling
improved collaboration across organizations and providing a rapid return on
investment.

 

“Video conferencing is becoming a ubiquitous part of
any business’ communications strategy regardless of whether it’s a smaller
company or a multibillion dollar organization,” said Barry Cross, managing
director of Touchline Video.

 

Touchline has teamed with RADVISION
to deliver customers a flexible video solution that meets their needs
regardless of budget. RADVISION offers the broadest video portfolio with some
of the most innovative offerings available today. The XT1000 Piccolo is an
entry-level video system offered at a price point any business can afford.

 

First-time users can initiate calls, control their
systems and moderate meetings without any training or introduction. Since the
iPad controller is wireless, it also eliminates the conference room clutter
provided with other control devices.

 

The SCOPIA XT1000 Piccolo rounds out RADVISION’s
innovative line of SCOPIA video conferencing systems – from the highly
affordable SCOPIA XT1000 Piccolo room system to the fully immersive SCOPIA XT
Telepresence Platform, in addition to personal video solutions including SCOPIA
Mobile for iPhone, iPad and Android devices, as well as the SCOPIA Desktop soft
client and the SCOPIA VC240 executive desktop system.

 

“RADVISION constantly seeks feedback from our
customers and partners to deliver products and solutions that meet today’s
real-world market needs,” said Roberto Giamagli, general manager, Video
Business Unit for RADVISION.

 

“The XT1000 Piccolo fills a gap in the entry-level
video conferencing market and rounds out our video portfolio — from mobile
apps when workers are on-the-go, to fully immersive telepresence suites. We
deliver high-quality, high definition video conferencing that fits within any
size budget,” Giamagli added.

 

Recently, RADVISION announced
that the company’s chief technology officer Yair Wiener has been elected to the
Unified Communications Interoperability Forum’s (UCI Forum) board of directors.

 

The UCI Forum is an open industry alliance that works
with its members to fully leverage customers’ investments in communications
systems and unite their global organizations. Wiener has been an active member
of the UCI Forum and also serves as chair of the forum’s H.264 SVC technical
work group.

 

By Telecomlead.com Team
[email protected]

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