Aastra Announces New Era in Enterprise Communications

Aastra BluStar™ Delivers a True HD Desktop Video Conferencing Solution

By Ryan Ayers
Updated: March 07, 2011

Aastra has announced the latest in its line of next-generation enterprise communication solutions. Introducing the Aastra BluStar 8000i at the Enterprise Connect 2011 conference in Orlando this week, Aastra is confident that they have delivered the leading product in this particular field. The BluStar offers the highest possible quality and widest range of capabilities in a desktop video conferencing solution.

Combining true HD quality video with voice/video conferencing capabilities and a host of available productivity applications, the Aastra BluStar 8000i allows for greatly increased collaboration in virtual meeting environments. The unit also integrates easily with desktop PC’s and with mobile computing options, enabling file sharing and presentation options along with its video conferencing capabilities.

In addition to broadcast quality audio and video, the large touch screen interface allows the many business productivity applications to run simultaneously with ongoing conference operation. Multiple country-specific languages and tones, biometric fingerprint identification for hot desking, and several other innovations round out the list of advanced features.

With the demand steadily growing for desktop based video collaboration solutions, Aastra has delivered a product that addresses the quality and consistency issues that are prevalent in video conferencing while adding a host of new features and the capability to utilize many additional productivity applications simultaneously.
 

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