Lifesize will show how its HD video conferencing systems are ideal for a range of mission-critical agency applications at AFCEA West 2011 taking place Jan. 25-27 in San Diego.
Lifesize®, a division of Logitech (Nasdaq: LOGI) (SIX: LOGN), will show how its HD video conferencing systems are ideal for a range of mission-critical agency applications at AFCEA West 2011 taking place Jan. 25-27 in San Diego.
Lifesize will showcase Lifesize® Room™, a feature-rich HD video communications solution for large conference rooms that facilitates continuity of operations, command and control, and emergency preparedness and response in addition to distance learning, telemedicine and collaboration. Lifesize Room enables video calls with up to eight participants through an embedded HD multipoint control unit (MCU) or bridge, offering the highest quality and user simplicity to make remote communications a more productive, true-to-life experience.
In a unit half the size of competitors’ solutions, Lifesize Room also offers sharing of presentations, documents and multimedia material among all participants for improved collaboration with geographically dispersed team members. Like other Lifesize products, Lifesize Room is both JITC and FIPS certified.
Lifesize’s scalability and open source interoperability offer an alternative to the centralized, capital-intensive infrastructure investments currently being made in federal video conferencing applications. The company’s future-proof video conferencing products enable customers to realize as much as a 40 percent reduction in total cost of ownership by using Lifesize for HD telepresence.
Lifesize is committed to providing HD video communications solutions to federal and government agencies. The company’s dedicated federal team has provided solutions that are used daily across the government community. The Lifesize install base includes all branches of the military, the Department of Defense, as well as multiple federal and civilian agencies. For more information, visit Lifesize at AFCEA in booth 1704.