Video Conferencing

Meeting Your Needs by Exceeding the Standards

Video conferencing systems differ from video phones in that they are designed to serve a conference rather than individuals. This can be as simple as a conversation between two people in private offices or involve several sites across vast territories. A video conferencing system drastically reduces costly travel time and expenses. Conferencing systems provide high-definition video that presents true-to-life quality for natural interaction and collaboration.


From fully integrated systems to products that enhance your existing system, you can integrate a video conferencing system into your boardroom. Videoconferencing (VC) is the conduct of a videoconference (also known as a video conference or videoteleconference) by a set of telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions. It has also been called ‘visual collaboration’ and is a type of groupware. Videoconferencing differs from videophone calls in that it’s designed to serve a conference or multiple locations rather than individuals.It is an intermediate form of videotelephony, first used commercially in Germany during the late-1930s and later in the United States during the early 1970s as part of AT&T’s development of Picturephone technology. With the introduction of relatively low cost, high capacity broadband telecommunication services in the late 1990s, coupled with powerful computing processors and video compression techniques, videoconferencing has made significant inroads in business, education, medicine and media. Like all long distance communications technologies (such as phone and Internet), by reducing the need to travel, which is often carried out by aeroplane, to bring people together the technology also contributes to reductions in carbon emissions, thereby helping to reduce global warming.