Conferences and Boardrooms
Meeting rooms ready for the modern world
With businesses operating more globally and at a faster pace than ever, there is increasing need to bring together remote participants using a variety of video services for conferences, training, or regular information-sharing sessions without the requirement for extensive travel.
Technology that makes meetings work
An organization’s largest meeting rooms or auditoriums can no longer just be great spaces to use in person. They also need to be fitted with technology that allows participants to communicate, share, present and discuss as easily as if they were there in the conference room; technology like multiple screens, bi-directional content sharing, exceptional call quality, high quality and high definition cameras, and smart automatic reduction of background noise.
Making it easy to set up video and conference calls and invite external participants has enormous benefits for your organization; ensuring that teams can collaborate smoothly and that you present a professional image to clients and partners.
Hold productive and collaborative multiparty conferences; StarLeaf’s video conference systems offer high quality audio and video, pan/tilt/zoom cameras, and smart reduction of background noise.
Collaborate and discuss more easily with dual screen support, screen sharing by any participant, and a range of attendee layout options.
Ensure complete security, with firewall traversal, and easy integration with other systems and technology through a range of APIs and plug-ins.
SmartPathTM ensures the best call quality even on poor network connections by intelligently routing and managing bandwidth.
It was as simple as plugging it in, and off we went.
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