Video conferencing is fast gaining recognition among the companies in different domains. While companies are realizing the benefits of video conferencing and implementing them, securing the right hardware for the same may sometimes pose a challenge.
Offering a complete end-to-end conferencing experience to its users, ACT Conferencing has announced that the company has unveiled Polycom (News - Alert) video conferencing hardware into its managed services portfolio. This is the first hardware offering from ACT and it makes it easier for the users to deploy state of the art communication products.
Polycom end point offering on ACT portfolio offers complete video conferencing facilities to its customers. They will have everything related to video conferencing under one roof now, be it the process of selecting the right equipment or deploying them or managing the service agreement.
This offering from ACT Conferencing saves time and money for users as they now don’t need to go to different vendors to buy equipment and services. To offer Polycom solution as part of its portfolio, ACT Conferencing joined hands with Avnet Technology Solutions (News - Alert).
Polycom makes video conferencing solutions that allow users to work easily from anywhere. The company’s RealPresence video conferencing solution provides HD quality, secure video conferencing. The RealPresence Platform makes video collaboration always available to all the users across any network, protocol, application or device of choice.
“ACT keeps businesses on the leading edge of conferencing services, providing customized, intelligent, easy-to-use technology so that customers and partners can remain focused on their business goals," said Gary Iles, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for ACT Conferencing. "This new addition enables us to provide, design, install and manage end-to-end conferencing solutions that enable businesses to achieve more efficient and effective communications.”
Recently, the company unveiled a new multi-device video conference solution. This new solution connects conference participants with any video-enabled device and standards-based video platform.
Edited by Rich Steeves