Video conferencing

Criterion has researched the Video Conferencing marketplace and although there are many different manufacturers and solutions we have decided to recommend the Avaya Scopia solution. This is mainly due to the fact it can connect to almost all existing Video conferencing systems such as the Polycom or Sony with ease.

We believe that with today’s internet bandwidth the quality of both the sound and picture is such that traveling to meetings is simply not necessary, with the system’s ability for the user to take over the screen for power point presentations, videos or simply screen share, being stuck in traffic should be a thing of the past.

With the video conference recording feature it is possible to record and publish a meeting so people who were unable to attend can watch the meeting after the event making our solution very powerful in today’s flexible world.

A demo unit is available at our offices and we can arrange over the phone demonstrations on almost any device with a camera including computers, laptops, Tablets and Smartphones.

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Achieve excellent video performance in real-world network conditions, with crisp, smooth quality, stellar bandwidth efficiency, and error resiliency. Boost productivity and enhance relationships with video conferencing solutions for conference room systems and desktop applications. Our solutions enable participants to interact as if they’re all in the same room, face to face—with the ability to collaborate on documents, spreadsheets. and other content. Contact us now to explore conferencing solutions for your business.

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 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.