Supplier of hosted voice, video, managed data and security services, BroadConnect Telecom, has launched a new VoIP Video Conferencing solution specifically aimed at multi-location business customers. In fact, this video and voice solution is best used to augment the company’s SIP trunking and hosted PBX offerings, making it easy for companies of any size to try out affordable video conferencing.
This announcement comes just a few months after BroadConnect introduced unified communications video services to its hosted PBX customers by leveraging Polycom’s VVX media phones.
Unlike its unified communications video offering, however, the company’s new VoIP Video Conferencing solution isn’t tied down to specific hardware. In fact, it is device inclusive, meaning it’s able to run on PCs as well as mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. This allows employees that are telecommuting to participate in every business meeting.
This flexibility works the other way, as well, supporting larger, room-based conferencing setups. Because BroadConnect’s VoIP Video Conferencing isn’t fussy about hardware, each conference room can be setup to support the best audio and video experience for participants, from microphones in the ceiling to multiple displays for each physical attendee.
This flexibility also extends into cameras, allowing many to be setup in a single room in order to offer multiple views for outside participants, ensuring they don’t miss any valuable information.
"Our easy-to-use and accessible Video Collaboration products and services offer our clients a higher level of overall flexibility along with maximum interoperability which is now considered the next generation standard in video technology," said Ravi Prasher, VP of Sales for Broad-Connect Telecom. "We've seen a huge growth in market interest for our unified video platforms and project it will continue to grow. Our enhanced capabilities and continued dedication to this platform will only increase our already high customer satisfaction and service reliability."