Large meeting spaces like auditoriums, classrooms and multipurpose big rooms have so much collaborative potential. They yearn for a video conferencing solution but in a big, flexible way. Multiple AV inputs and outputs are necessary to connect multiple devices (cameras, laptops, DVRs, microphones, etc.). Integration with panel manufacturers and third-party integrated audio solutions — and a secure, rack-mountable design — are essential.
Conference rooms come in many different sizes and shapes, but their purpose is always to enable relationship building through consistent, face-to-face conversations. A dedicated presentation screen, high-quality zoom and audio engineered for greater voice pickup are essential for large meeting spaces.
The best of wide angles and zoom Small meeting rooms are perfect for spontaneous collaboration, and your room technology should enable it.
Mini spaces and huddle rooms are among the fastest-growing meeting room types today as businesses look to modern collaboration technologies to make better use of their office real estate. The small design — seating up to four people — is ideal when you need a quiet place to join a video meeting or collaborate on a project. Smaller spaces have smaller budgets and require less complexity, so the technology in the room must be cost-effective and easy to use.
All you need is a laptop or a phone with a built-in webcam to have a full-functioning video conferencing machine that can connect you with anyone, anywhere. The experience is the same — it’s just the size of the screen that changes.
Share your important messages with everyone by live streaming events for up to 10,000 live attendees or recording your meetings for viewing on demand. Any virtual meeting can be enabled for live streaming and recording; it is as simple as clicking the record button from any device. Live streams and real-time recordings can be restricted to your account or shared publicly to fit your preferences.