Criterion recommends Avaya Scopia for video conferencing

Video conferencing is moving out of the boardroom and into the real world. Avaya Scopia connects customers, clients, colleagues, students, teachers, technicians, trainers, doctors, patients and more in high-quality, interactive face-to-face meetings using almost any video-equipped device over any type of network.

The Scopia is a very high quality and intuitive video conferencing experience and Criterion offers the full installation and configuration service. We can show you how easy it is to set up a conference call in full dual high definition 1080p 60fps, ideal for sharing detailed visual information over video.

  • Dual 1080p 60fps live video and content
  • HD audio
  • Scalable Video Coding

The Avaya Scopia® Elite 5000 Series is a next generation solution for high definition multiparty conferencing that uses DSP technology to deliver 1080p processing, telepresence connectivity, dynamic resource allocation, and individual video layouts per participant. Free Demonstration Available.

Testimonials

“Criterion have played a critical role providing our communication systems for both Prosurv and for a number of schemes we have worked on for our key Clients. We are very pleased with their professional outlook, foresight and technical approach to understanding both our business requirements and the requirements of projects which we have delivered. Criterion have delivered Prosurv with systems befitting a professional consultancy with major blue chip and FTSE 200 Client base.”

“Criterion’s communication & IT solutions have enabled our business to grow in line with the ever changing demands of modern day business. Criterion have provided us with everything from simple hold music and call logging facilities to an advanced thin client network all with first class service levels. The thin client network has provided us with a cost effective solution to continually upgrade our IT systems with the constant advances made in business software with little or no disruption.”