Nefsis Cloud-Based HD Video Conferencing Offers Affordable Alternative to Telepresence

By Robin Wilding
Updated: February 24, 2011

Nefsis has brought teleconferencing into the cloud—and it’s HD. Nefsis’ cloud-based HD video conferencing software is a breakthrough for small-to-medium businesses who do not want to make large investments of up to $250,000 on HD conferencing gear, or who do not have the physical space to dedicate to it.

The HD Promo Pack can support HD 720p webcams and HD 1080p conference cameras and run all the information through the cloud. In addition to HD displays and projections the Promo Pack also offers collaboration tools including annotation, electronic handouts, and by playing movie files.

The HD solution delivered through Nefsis’ solution offers never-before-available enterprise-quality teleconferencing solutions to small and medium sized businesses. The Promo Pack comes with special offers on licensing and free set-up and training, meaning the solution will be a realistic option for even smaller IT departments.

While sufficient bandwidth is required as with a point-to-point telepresence system, the collaborative tools move Nefsis far beyond current telepresence offerings.

The business intelligence brought by Nefsis’ solution is truly revolutionizing in the world of audio-visual and is has come at the perfect time as current cloud computing trends are expected to skyrocket. With the Nefsis solution we should see a large growth in AV capabilities, especially in the SMB space where the technology was never before within grasp.
 

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