February 5, 2013

Multivendor HD Videoconferencing: Tomorrow's Capabilities Today

  • The Pulse Network with Avaya

Many factors have led to the rise of video conferencing in enterprise. Employees are coming into the workplace wanting to utilize their own devices and even work from separate locations. Avaya knows this well and has created a product that excels at it. Bob Romano, Vice President at Radvision, an Avaya company, joins Tyler Pyburn and Nick Saber from The Pulse Network to discuss how their desktop product works in enterprise and can provide HD video conferencing.



4 Comments

In reviewing the video, the content is quite good. However, as noted in the video itself, this was recorded using an iPad, and the video was recorded prior to the release of the iPad Version 4. A significant improvement for V4 was the addition of a HD front-facing camera. Is it reasonable to assume that the quality of the video would have been even better with the newer iPad?

Actually, the quality had to do with the technology that Pulse was using, and their network. You should expect better quality in a live environment.

"In reviewing the video..."

What video? I don't see anything but a PDF. Did this get posted before with a link that has since disappeared?

The link to the video is in the .pdf. We did not highlight it separately because it was not representative of the quality you should experience.

Think of it as taking a DVD and copying to VHS. Good content, but might give a false impression of the quality.

That said, the video may be accessed here.

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