Sony's Technological Legacy Makes It Easy for Small Businesses to Envision Sony Video Conferencing in the Workplace

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VoIP Supply Now Carrying Sony Video Conferencing Solutions

Sony Video Conferencing Systems

Sony Video Conferencing Systems

"Video conferencing may be new to small businesses but Sony technology isn't; their proven track record makes it easy to join the video communication wave," said Garrett Smith, Chief Marketing Officer at VoIP Supply.

VoIP Supply LLC, North America’s leading supplier of VoIP equipment and complete solutions, is happy to announce the addition of Sony Video Conferencing systems.

When people talk about Sony, the brand is synonymous with electronics that people love, from the Walkman to the PlayStation. Knowing what those products deliver then, is it a stretch to imagine the same Sony features, quality, and performance in a business setting?

VoIP Supply is now introducing Sony Video Conferencing systems to their extensive VoIP and Unified Communications (UC) catalog. Sony systems can be paired with of any type of video conferencing displays for a complete solution.

The Sony PCS-XA80/DS and Sony PCS-XG80/9DS systems, for example, offer users:

  • 720p non PTZ Camera or, 1080/60i PTZ Camera
  • Built-in Recording
  • Built-in Multicast and Unicast Streaming
  • Connect at speeds up to 10 MB
  • 6-site Multipoint Capable

The Sony PCS-MCG80 6-site multiway software allows their systems to exceed the typical 4-site limit of other video conferencing options.

Additionally, Sony video conferencing system users benefit from live, self-guided interaction by simply writing on a tablet. With the optional Wacom Bamboo Pen and Touch CTH460 Touch Tablet participants can manipulate the screen and point-out data. Messages become clearer and stronger while minimizing the time and effort associated with less advanced forms of conferencing communications.

Oftentimes, the lack of proper lighting can severely harm the quality of video conferencing calls but, with Sony's BrightFace Technology, don't need lighting technician training just to make a video call.

Sony's video technology optimizes the brightness of each pixel to highlight shadows, while subduing areas of the image that are too bright, allowing operation in less-than-ideal lighting conditions. Or, in other words, even a dimly lit room with poor backlighting and the use of a projector can't stop hiqh quality output from Sony video conferencing systems.

“Sony's technological expertise is now being delivered through high quality video communication,” said Garrett Smith, Chief Marketing Officer at VoIP Supply. "Video conferencing may be new to small businesses but Sony technology isn't; their proven track record makes it easy to join the video communication wave."

For more information on Sony Video Conferencing available through VoIP Supply, call toll-free 1-855-820-8006 or email us at VideoConferencing(at)voipsupply(dot)com.

About VoIP Supply

VoIP Supply, LLC (http://www.voipsupply.com), a division of Sayers Technology Holdings, is North America’s leading supplier of VoIP equipment and integrated communication systems for businesses of all sizes, service providers and resellers. Widely recognized for its depth of product knowledge and industry expertise, VoIP Supply sets the standard for vertical E-tailing – providing value-based pricing across its comprehensive product catalog, expert technical support, rapid product provisioning and installation, global logistics services and market-making promotions for manufacturers of all sizes. In addition to technology and service prowess, VoIP Supply is a three-time INC 5,000 honoree and in 2007, was ranked number 45 on the Entrepreneur Magazine’s Hot 100 fastest growing companies in the U.S. Buffalo’s Business First newspaper recently ranked VoIP Supply among Western New York’s top 50 privately-held companies rating the company as one of the best places to work in the region, as well as the fastest growing company in WNY for 2006 by winning the Business First Fast Track 50 Award.

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