Danish Interpretation Systems promoted its DCS 6000 Digital Conference System, which has been installed at Lakehead University. Professors there are using video conferencing and web streaming technology to reach students around the world, and conference microphones, document cameras, and LCD monitors make it easy for all students, no matter where they are seated, to hear the instructor and view presentations.
Digital Samba introduced OnSync, an enterprise web conferencing and collaboration solution. OnSync is compatible with Macs, PCs, and Linux-based systems and can be used for webinars, distance education, and online presentations, the company said.
RADVision introduced SCOPIA Desktop, which connects remote users to an existing video network for voice, video, and data communications. The company also demonstrated its iVIEW Suite, a comprehensive management solution for voice and video collaborative communications. Users can manage and monitor video network elements, as well as schedule and control meetings, RADVision said.
Sonic Foundry unveiled Mediasite 5.0, a rich media communication and knowledge management platform for higher education. Mediasite Players include an on-slide magnifier to see close-up detail in a portion of presented graphic, and users can forward clips to other authorized users while watching a presentation. An updated Mediasite Catalog contains a list of the available content and RSS feeds that a school or university offers.
TANDBERG promoted the Codec C90, a telepresence and collaboration engine that delivers 1080p HD video and ultra wideband audio. Up to 12 HD sources and eight microphones can be connected at once, the company said.
TOA Electronics unveiled the TS-770 series Conference System, which can support up to 70 stations with each Central Unit.