Convergence > Video

Black Box VideoPlex4 video wall controller

01 November, 2016

The Black Box VideoPlex4 video wall controller can be daisy-chained to other modular controllers so the user can add as many displays as required.

Black Box DCX3000 Digital KVM matrix switch

01 September, 2016

The Black Box DCX3000 Digital KVM matrix switch allows users to create multi-OS desktops.

Black Box LPB2910A, LPB2926A and LPB2952A managed switches

01 September, 2016

Black Box LPB2910A, LPB2926A and LPB2952A managed switches provide L2 Gb Ethernet networking, plus optional 4K UHD video switching and extension to an unlimited number of screens.

CeBIT Australia 2016 to live stream keynotes

01 March, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The organisers of CeBIT Australia 2016 will live stream this year's keynote speeches to anybody with an internet connection who wishes to watch them.

WebRTC: the key to mass adoption of video collaboration

17 July, 2014 by Nick Hawkins, Senior Director, Advanced Technology, Polycom

WebRTC seems to promise the nirvana of videoconferencing to any browser, with no additional software to be downloaded and installed. Yet its impact on traditional videoconferencing is being viewed by some with concern.

Images of the future

14 August, 2013 by Elizabeth Rudd, Director, FutureNous

The role of pictures and stories in creating the future of your organisation.

Polycom HD social videoconferencing application with document sharing

16 July, 2012

The Polycom HD video software is a group social video chat application that allows users to access their contact lists in popular consumer social platforms, including Facebook, Skype and gTalk (Google video), and conduct HD video chats regardless of the applications the other participants are using, or where they are.

Runge improves collaboration with global LifeSize videoconferencing deployment

05 July, 2012

Mining consultancy and software development company Runge required a videoconferencing solution to improve global collaboration and meet the expectations of customers who had already invested in this technology.

Monitoring the effects of high bandwidth videoconferencing on the network

17 May, 2012 by Sanjay Castelino*, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, SolarWinds

Given its many promises of increased productivity, videoconferencing continues to gain popularity in the workplace, both in enterprise-grade systems and simple desktop video apps like Skype. But these benefits come at a cost, with networks becoming clogged with high-bandwidth video traffic. Monitoring the flow of traffic on the network is the first step in solving video-based bandwidth issues.

Insurance company Youi deploys LifeSize videoconferencing system

11 April, 2012

Insurance company Youi has deployed a new videoconferencing system, as the company’s existing system could not meet the demands of recent business growth.

Axis ARTPEC-4 IP surveillance encoders/cameras

17 February, 2012

Axis Communications has introduced ARTPEC-4, the latest version of its system-on-chip for network video products.

NSW Rural Fire Service implements largest video wall in Southern Hemisphere

06 December, 2011

The headquarters of the NSW Rural Fire Service (NSWRFS), located in Homebush, is now home to the largest digital video wall in the Southern Hemisphere. The service is using the device as the basis of a comprehensive audiovisual information centre.

Australian Government reveals national videoconferencing system results

30 November, 2011

Members of the Australian Government are able to meet face to face without the need for costly travel, following the successful deployment of the government’s National TelePresence System, based on technology from Cisco and Telstra.

Videoconferencing connects Australian and Japanese schools

30 November, 2011

Grade Four students at Cromer Public School in Sydney are getting a unique glimpse into Japanese life and culture thanks to weekly joint lessons with their classroom counterparts at Kansai University Elementary School in Osaka, Japan, via videoconferencing technology.

Axis M1043 and M1044-W wireless network security cameras

21 October, 2011 by

The Axis M1043 and M1044-W network security cameras include local recording of video and audio, wireless capability and smart video surveillance features. They are small in size and are suitable for securing locations such as small businesses, boutiques, restaurants, hotels and residences.

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