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Video Conferencing Solutions

By rmurphy ·
The company I work for is looking for a video confrencing solution. What I have looked at(Polycom) is too expensive, $6,000 and up per unit. What kind of setups have you seen and what do you reccomend.

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by jmgarvin In reply to Video Conferencing Soluti ...

A) What are you looking to do?

B) Could a web cam serve the same purpose?

C) Will it be interactive or sage on the stage?

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by rmurphy In reply to Questions

We have a digital video camcorder that I plan to use. We need video but don't necessarily need interactivity. I looked at Netmeeting and it says that it allows only one connection to view your video(we need to at least broadctast from here to two other offices..possibly looking to multipoint). I also looked at Microsoft Live Meeting and it didn't seem the have live video integration. I also looked at Webex, which has video integration, but seems pretty high scale , price wise.

What other options are there? What are your thoughts on what I mentioned?

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Let me suggest

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Re : Video Conferencing Solutions

by arthur6547 In reply to Video Conferencing Soluti ...

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