Executive Director and head of sales and Marketing Gavin Roache has today announced the launch of nextView, a cloud based video conferencing platform. Mr Roache says its time to make video conferencing easy and without the capital outlay for hardware. nextView will allow customers to access a video conference from any device and on multiple data services.
VMRs (Virtual Video Meeting Rooms) come in 6 or 10 seat capacity and allow organisations to choose mobile, standard, and custom options per user. VMRs are billed at a monthly fee with unlimited usage in each room yielding a high return on the investment. Further the rooms cater for hardware and software based video appliances to join a meeting – participants can even join using their browser. VMRs also support internet and private network connections or a combination of both.
Have you ever needed to attend a video meeting and wished you could join without worrying about specific hardware or launching an application? nextview brings full HD video conferencing right to your web browser. You can easily launch an instant meeting from the browser you already have open or join one with only a few clicks. nextview supports all major browsers on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Sometimes it may not be possible to make it to the conference room or your desk for a video call. No worries, nextview turns your tablet or smartphone into a mobile video system. Reliable, easy to use tools that help you create, innovate and deliver on your work commitments from anywhere you chose to work. All you need is an Internet enabled device. Imagine finishing the final meeting of the day and walking straight into your living room, your front yard or even onto a plane for your holiday. Easily make decisions face to face over high definition video, anywhere, with anyone and anytime.
Our customers will simply be able to download the Polycom RealPresence app on their mobile device and join a video conference . For my information contact Next Telecom
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