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LifeSize200 - Next Generation HD videoconferencing

LifeSize200 offers Next Generation of HD videoconferencing


Introducing the Next Generation in Telepresence and High Definition Video Communications from LifeSize.

Video communications just took a whole new step in natural, immersive communications. Stunning video quality at 1080p, superb motion handling at 720p60. An experience so rich, it's rivaled only by being there in person. And with high definition now available for under 1Mbps, you can realize the benefits of HD video anywhere.

LifeSize is excited to introduce the next generation of HD video products that let you communicate naturally, effectively and easily:

LifeSize® Room 200™
The world's first Full HD Video Communications System, with standards based 1080p30 and 720p60 resolution.

LifeSize® Conference 200™
The world's first Full HD telepresence solution, tailored to your environment.

LifeSize® Team 200™
Enhanced HD communications featuring dual monitors, dual cameras and dual microphones.

These exciting new products are built on our advanced video architecture - the technology that delivers:

Superior quality of experience
Full HD, Standards-based 1080p30 and 720p60) and True HD (720p30) for the best video experience.

Unique flexibility
Best performance at any bandwidth.
IP/PBX interoperability.

Unmatched price performance
High-performance architecture purpose-built to deliver superior HD quality and best price performance.

View the video about the launch of these products - www.lifesize.com/products/launch

Richard Bishop
Managing Director


ENDS


www.ipcom.co.nz
www.lifesize.com

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