We’ve never been more excited about the advances in video collaboration technology from our friends at Avaya. The new, award-winningVideo Collaboration for IP Office solution is priced and designed exclusively for Avaya IP Office, introducing the SMB space to feature-rich, high-definition, seamlessly integrated video at a price that simply can’t be beat. And, with the new Radvision Scopia XT 3.2 update, the video brains at Avaya have outdone themselves once again with stellar improvements and innovations in their flagship XT Conference Room and Desktop Video Series lineup.
Here are a few of the Avaya Scopia XT Release 3.2 highlights:
- Release 3.2 supports the new Scopia XT Camera Switch for the Scopia XT5000 series to control up to 4 cameras or HD video devices from the endpoint’s remote control. And for less than $500 NPL!
- Release 3.2 also supports recording video conferences OR local presentations directly to a USB key or disk at up to full 1080p high-definition video! (Think: replacement for studio editing.) And, what’s even better is the recorded files are saved as .mp4 format so you can play the recordings using any standard media player or upload directly to YouTube. Wow!
- Release 3.2 also includes a number of other sought-after features including support for TLS-SRTP in SIP calls, Scopia XT Advanced Camera OR a Logitech C920 USB Camera, Web Video, native Avaya Aura integration, and user interface improvements for Call Control, Meeting Management, Telepresence, and many more.
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