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The global video conferencing market has increased at a significant CAGR during the years 2015-2018 and projections are made that the market would rise in the next four years i.e.
Aside from high profile cases, detained persons who are seriously ill or those diagnosed with serious or grave medical conditions or with highly contagious disease or those detained in national penitentiaries may also be heard through video conferencing.
Although Qumu has been named a Leader five different times in the Aragon Research Globe for Enterprise Video, 2019 marks Qumu's first overall appearance in the Research Globe for Web and Video Conferencing.
PCJCCI Chief announced that video conferencing sessions would
Advanced Video Support Multi-stream H.264 High Profile 1080p full-HD video at 30fps, up to 3-way local video conferencing, advanced Sony Megapixel imaging sensor with top-notch picture quality, support for 2 TV displays through 2 HDMI outputs, and a local/far-end controllable PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) camera with a premium wide angle lens and 9x optical zoom.
The meeting took place in the multimedia video conferencing room at the ministry.
The survey 'Global View: Business Video Conferencing Usage and Trends' was conducted by Redshift Research and commissioned by Polycom, a leader in open, standards-based unified communications and collaboration (UC&C).
Video conferencing is on the rise among enterprise users, according to a survey by Wainhouse Research and Polycom.
With video conferencing solutions anticipated to return to positive market growth in 2013, the channel is facing up to some bracing challenges in terms of the skills required to sell the technology effectively.
ClearOne (NASDAQ: CLRO) said it has named video conferencing veteran Adi Regev as vice president of its video conferencing business.
Following up on its purchase earlier this year of video optimisation company Radvision, Avaya Wednesday announced enhancements to its Aura and Flare unified communications (UC) platforms that could signal the company's move into next generation video conferencing for the enterprise.
The market-watchers say that high-definition, or HD, telepresence will grow faster than traditional video conferencing services, and that managed video services will become popular among business adopters.