Cisco's New Prime Time Video Conferencing from VoIP Supply, Fit for an Executive Boardroom
Buffalo, NY, Dec 04, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
By now a lot of businesses that have remote workers or employees who travel frequently have probably heard about the benefits and cost savings of Cisco TelePresence video conferencing.
Skype and Google Hangouts are popular options for quick and dirty video solutions but they won't scale well when a business needs a fully immersive video communication system to collaborate with multiple sites and large groups of people.
This is where Cisco TelePresence Codecs step in; Cisco's premier, large scale video conferencing solutions fit for an executive boardroom.
These professional grade video systems from Cisco are available in three models with 1080p HD video and ultra-wideband audio and are built for applications like dedicated studios for video calls, boardrooms, auditoriums, education, and telemedicine.
Cisco TelePresence Codec C40: The C40 is for standard video collaboration projects and can turn any general meeting space into an HD video room with two microphones and up to four remotes sites streaming at 576p.
Cisco TelePresence Codec C60: The C60 makes collaborating on complex projects feel natural regardless of the setting and can connect up to four HD video sources and four microphones.
Cisco TelePresence Codec C90: The C90 is the most powerful and flexible video interface to serve large venues with a personlized touch via five simultaneous video inputs, 12 direct HD sources, and eight mircrophones.
VoIP Supply was recently recognized by Cisco as an Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) for Cisco TelePresence Video Express solutions. In short, this ATP certification from Cisco ensures that VoIP Supply can deliver these comprehenseive sytems and have them shipped within days.
VoIP Supply is celebrating its new certification by offering a free 32" LG LED display with the purchase of a new Cisco Telepresence system.
The bad news is, it's the end of the year and who has time for a massive video deployment
The good news is, it's the end of the year and businesses are still eligible up until December 31st to qualify for the Section 179 Tax Deduction that includes equipment, computers, computer software, and more.
"Cisco video solutions are relied upon all over the world, and VoIP Supply can be relied upon as an authorized Cisco TelePresence provider," said Garrett Smith, Chief Marketing Officer at VoIP Supply. "It might be year end but it's still a great time to get started with video conferencing from Cisco, add a free LG display to your business, and take advantage of the Section 179 tax deduction."
For additional information contact a VoIP Supply video conferencing consultant today by phone at 855-820-8006 or via email 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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