You’ll be Future Proofing Your Communications
It's not that long ago when holding a video conference call could be a painful experience that sometimes wasn't worth the trouble. Fast Internet speeds, rapid improvement in camera technology, and advances in video encoding technology has made high-resolution communication over the Internet reliable, easy, and accessible through many software platforms.
But just as 4K TVs – with quadruple the resolution of standard high definition TV – are now inexpensive and mainstream, 4K video conferencing is on the brink of becoming mainstream too. Portable devices like smartphones and laptops go through faster upgrade cycles than other equipment, so it is in these products that we have seen camera resolution and communication capability rapidly advance, bringing the ability to hold 4K calls. As these devices sell in the many millions, they make it cheaper to incorporate the same advances into business equipment. In the past couple of years, vendors such as Logitech, Aver, Panacast, and even Dolby have introduced 4K capable conferencing equipment for the meeting room.
You might ask – why do I really need 4K video conferencing equipment for my Irving meeting rooms? Isn’t HD good enough? Perhaps, but we have some compelling reasons why you would want to upgrade your existing installation.