Radvision on Tuesday debuted two new video components.
The first, the Scopia Elite 6000 Series multipoint control unit (MCU), enables collaboration for businesses. Radvision said the product cuts the cost-per-port for HD video conferencing by up to 50 percent, offers double the density and performance, and requires up to 75 percent less power than hardware MCUs.
The Scopia Elite MCUs work with all standards-based telepresence systems, Radivision said, including platforms from LifeSize, Polycom, and Cisco/Tandberg.
In that vein, Radvision also introduced its eVident video network readiness and monitoring tools. The package "enables organizations to pre-assess the readiness of their network for IP audio and video traffic, and supports ongoing, real-time monitoring of the data network and audio/video experience," Ira M. Weinstein, senior analyst and partner at Wainhouse Research, said in a prepared statement. "eVident helps take the guesswork out of IP audio and video deployments while ensuring a high quality video experience in even the largest deployments.”
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January 15 2019 @ 19:53:17 UTC