Academic Technology offers three types of Videoconferencing.
Desktop videoconferencing systems bring video communications into your office. This technology can deliver full-motion videoconferencing from your PC. Desktop systems have been engineered to accommodate the industry's requirements for standards-based videoconferencing. Today, there are systems available that deliver high quality at a low cost. These systems provide H.323 voice and video, as well as applications sharing. They offer easy installation and many have no add-in boards to install or bulky hardware to place on your desk.
SIP Dialing via Zoom
The H.323/SIP Room Connector is a gateway for H.323 and SIP devices. An H.323 or SIP device can make a video call to a Room Connector to join a Zoom cloud meeting. A Room Connector can also call out to an H.323 or SIP device to join a Zoom cloud meeting.
Set-tops are complete videoconferencing systems designed to sit on a monitor. They are useful in small boardrooms and other small group scenarios. Set-top systems are often maintained on a cart, making it possible to roll them around for use in different rooms. Set-tops have excellent video quality and work well with auxiliary equipment, such as document cameras, to enhance videoconference presentations.
Types of conferences:
- Point to Point