Video Conferencing: A unified solution that will work for the future

Old video conferencing systems connected to ageing ISDN lines are gathering dust, and are too complicated and cumbersome to be useful.

4th March, 2012
Video Conferencing: A unified solution that will work for the future
Gavin McCarthy, enterprise communications manager, PFH. Photo: John Allen

Times change. Old video conferencing systems connected to ageing ISDN lines are gathering dust, and are too complicated and cumbersome to be useful. New systems from blue-chip vendors like Microsoft and Siemens sit on top of IP networks and deliver unified communication platforms where video is just one component in a suite of services that are changing the way people work.

The PFH Technology Group sells both, and has seen interest ramp up in the...

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