|astTECS launches NTP-2012 compliant IP-PBX series with video conferencing|
|TT Correspondent | | 30 Jul 2012|
|astTECS, an industry leader in end-to-end unified communication, and enterprise mobility products based on Asterisk open source telephony solution, on Monday launched video conferencing solution integrated in astTECS IP-PBX. This point to point and multi-point, high quality voice conferencing capability in NTP-2012 compliant astTECS IP- PBX effectively makes video conferencing affordable and accessible to businesses of all sizes.|
The recently announced NTP-2012 is an initiative by the department of telecom to create an integrated guideline to ensure affordable and effective communication for the citizens & organizations and recommends framework for increasing the availability of spectrum for telecom services that include voice, data and video.
In contrast to other video conferencing solutions currently in the market, the astTECS - IP PBX series with video conferencing enables organizations to conduct high quality multi-point video conferencing at an affordable price. The videoconferencing solution integrates seamlessly with astTECS IP-PBX, which support from 25 to 300 users. Using a single IP network for voice and video applications, the solution allows businesses to reduce costs, simplify network infrastructure and leverage video communication as a significant component.
"Integrating video conferencing, with IP-PBX has been gaining ground, offering surprisingly powerful video features on inexpensive hardware. Not only this has been saving companies costs, but it has also been able to position itself as a mainstream productivity tool,” said Levis Wilson, COO, astTECS. Expanded collaboration, where video would be integrated with voice and data applications holds tremendous promise in the enterprise environment," he added.
As enterprises begin to use on-demand videoconferencing as an inter and intra-company collaboration tool the benefits are inherent and extending video interaction to employee conferences can make sessions more focused, productive and potentially shorter thereby saving huge travel costs.