Teliris (News - Alert), the telepresence innovation leader, recently introduced a low-cost telepresence solution called the Teliris StartPoint, which delivers a high-quality managed telepresence experience.
Officials said that the Teliris StartPoint appliance and camera, provided by Teliris will connect to virtually any HDMI-compatible display and will allow users to telepresence-enable a conference room.
Compatible with the full range of Teliris Telepresence (News - Alert) solutions, the all new Teliris StartPoint interoperates with any standards-based traditional videoconferencing or telepresence system.
For guaranteed reliability, including for scheduling, monitoring and VNOC support, all Teliris solutions are wrapped with industry leading end-to-end managed services.
Teliris’ software-based solutions run over general-purpose networks and the Internet for easy deployment.
The HD solution, built for lightweight multipoint with up to nine remote sites, offers integrated presentation capabilities with a natural and intuitive user interface.
“We’re excited to deliver telepresence solutions throughout the enterprise more cost-effectively than ever before,” said Teliris CEO Neil Hobbs, in a release. “The Teliris StartPoint will allow any business to benefit from telepresence without the telepresence price tag (News - Alert).”
Teliris StartPoint will be generally available in the first quarter of 2012.
With video becoming the cornerstone of enterprise collaboration, Teliris is broadening its product and service portfolio to deliver a comprehensive video offering for customers of all sizes.
Businesses, with the help of Teliris’ increasingly cost-effective video solutions and expanded managed services are allowed to access the benefits of immersive collaboration with its industry-leading reputation for creating the most natural and reliable virtual meetings.
In related news, Teliris announced that its industry-leading telepresence managed services are now available for videoconferencing and telepresence endpoints and centralized infrastructure from a broad range of hardware manufacturers.
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Edited by Rich Steeves