PRLog - Oct. 12, 2012 - AUSTIN, Texas -- Date: October 12, 2012
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Contact: Todd Clayton, VTEL
VTEL Introduces Affordable Dual 60” IPanel Telepresence System
VTEL announced today that it is now shipping the Company’s new IPanel group videoconferencing system, featuring dual 60” Vizio® LCD flat panel displays and a professional quality Mobile Stand for a list price of $10,995.
The VTEL IPanel Dual 6000 is an H.323 standards-based videoconferencing system which also features the ability to run Skype®, or any other PC-based mode of videoconferencing seamlessly.
“Our resellers are reporting overwhelming demand for professional quality group videoconferencing systems which fulfill an end-user’s need to conduct an H.323 videocall or a Skype® videocall effortlessly as the need arises for either mode, said Richard Ford, VTEL’s CEO. VTEL’s engineers have leveraged our unique camera and display control technology to enable a professional group quality videocall using essentially any mode of video connectivity.”
Because of the underlying Windows 7 architecture of the VTEL Codec/PC all of the Company’s systems are useful in a classroom or conference room even when not in a videocall. The systems may be used to display websites, stream video, play a DVD, run any enterprise PC software, such as PowerPoint, or for conventional HDTV viewing. The Company has also announced the immediate availability of a 58” all-in-one IPanel with a list price of $7,995.
“VTEL’s resellers are finding that their end-users enthusiastically welcome a large group system for under $11 thousand when traditional alternatives, from their other manufacturers, often cost well in excess of $30 thousand. The unmatched affordability of the VTEL IPanel series has resulted in many small and medium enterprises deploying videoconferencing capabilities normally found only within global corporations”
Based in Austin, TX VTEL Products Corporation is celebrating its 27th anniversary as a videoconferencing system manufacturer. The company introduced the industry’s first PC-based videoconferencing systems in the late 1980’s. VTEL has an installed base of tens of thousands of videoconferencing systems in education, healthcare, legal and in commercial corporations.
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