SVSi Announces the voLANte VCB130 LAN-Based Video Collaboration Bridge

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LAN-based video collaboration with the highest video quality on the market

The VCB130 LAN-Based Video Collaboration Bridge is a video conferencing solution for both LAN and WAN participation that is easy to deploy and more cost-effective than installing VTC codecs in every conference room.

Designed to run on existing enterprise networks but with the capability to reach out and include one or more remote participants via existing VTC codecs, the VCB130 uses SVSi's innovative video-over-LAN technology (voLANte) to share video and content between multiple conference rooms.

An independent consultant recently documented some of the benefits and cost savings associated with an SVSi VCB130 solution verses other leading manufacturers. The results are powerful:

  • 39% less cost compared to other leading manufacturers
  • 44% less installation cost compared to other leading manufacturers
  • 25% less programming cost compared to other leading manufacturers
  • 100% SO EASY TO USE!!

“The VCB130 addresses two problems with interactive collaboration with which our customers constantly struggle – the expense and maintenance associated with placing a VTC codec in every conference room and the lack of an easy cost-effective way to collaborate on an existing corporate network.” says SVSi President Andy Whitehead. “volANte is a proven solution in the video collaboration market and the VCB130 demonstrates the unique ability of SVSi's Networked AV products to streamline technology on an integrated network platform.”

The VCB130 brings together up to four conference rooms with live camera feeds or three conference rooms with three live camera feeds and one live content (PC) feed. Up to sixteen simultaneous participants can be included with recording, windowing, distribution, and switching using SVSi's line of Networked AV products.

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If you would like additional information about this topic, or to schedule an interview please call Kevin Deasy at 256-461-7143 or email at kdeasy (at) svsiav (dot) com

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