Konftel Expands Conferencing Portfolio
March 15, 2018
Konftel (News - Alert) announced its conferencing portfolio is expanding with the addition of new audio and video solutions. Named Konftel Collaboration, the packages accommodate up to 20 meeting participants and come in a comprehensive buddle.
“After 30 years of enabling millions of distance meetings with our award winning conference phones, we are now adding conference cameras into our acclaimed portfolio,” said Peter Renkel (News - Alert), CEO at Konftel. “It's about time, you might say, but we firmly believe in doing things properly. And that's the reason why we will not just start selling cameras that complement our phones; we will make functional and value-added solutions that are easy to choose and use.”
There are three packages; small, medium, and large. Here is what is included in each:
- Small: accommodates up to 6 people; Konftel Cam20 ensures everyone is in view; 4k HD resolution; connect PC with one cable to hub using any collaboration software preferred.
- Medium: accommodates up to 12 participants; Konftel Cam40 is a full blood PTZ conference camera with 1080p/60fps HD video image and 12x optical zoom; hybrid-conferencing; same hub as small collaboration option.
- Large: accommodates up to 20 participants; Konftel 300-series hybrid conference phones are complemented with two expansion microphones to make sure everyone’s clearly heard; PA- box can be utilized for connection to audio system.
“Customers first, is more than just words at Konftel, it's the way we always have been evolving”, states Tommy Edlund, Director of Global Sales. “That's why we now are offering hassle-free Konftel Collaboration solutions that are based on the meeting attendees core needs. In that way it's easy to choose and use the right solution for everyone without being tech savvy. That’s really important to us and it’s simple for both our customers and partners.”
If it just the cameras that interests your conferencing team, they will be available for purchase separately.
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Edited by Maurice Nagle
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