Just as voice communications have become enhanced by the Internet, so, too has video conferencing. Thanks to Radvision, the 20-year leader in video technology, video conferencing is so life-like and voice is so immediate, it
makes travel virtually unnecessary. In fact, Radvision is credited with creating the Video over IP industry, and now the entire video industry runs on Radvision technology.
Radvision, now owned by Avaya, enables you to do videoconferencing on conference room screens, desktop, a mobile device or tablet. So, whether you need real-time or scheduled room-based videoconferencing, meetings can happen anywhere, at any time, thanks to Avaya's collaboration platforms and networking infrastructure.
Even if your current videoconferencing is still based on the H.323 protocol stack, we can provide a bridge to the future of personal video which will be based on the SIP standard. Even if you have third-party video equipment, Radvision still gives you the ability to control, manage, schedule and monitor performance for your entire video network.
Here are some additional benefits of using Radvision videoconferencing:
- Scalable Video Coding that is intuitive and easy to operate
- Distributed multipoint architecture
- Bandwidth optimization
- 3G Videotelephony
- Conference initiation from IM
By 2014, mobile internet users will exceed desktop users, and mobile workers have already reached 1.3 billion. Clearly, if you're in business, you need to be able to invite anyone into a videoconference. Make your communications more up close and personal with Radvision, the first and ultimate videoconferencing technology leader.