Recent Briefings 070515by Dave Michels in Telecom
AC Rules. It never occurred to me how the popularity of teleworking may be impacting the HVAC market. I know that I bought an air conditioner for my home office and I suspect I am not alone. Add someone else’s air conditioning to the list of benefits for working in an office – ok. so that list now has one item.
Here’s a few recent updates I think you should know about:
3CX WebMeeting Goes WebRTC with low cost, plugin free web conferencing for unlimited users for the whole company. The company announced the release of 3CX WebMeeting v8. The latest version of its video conferencing solution is now completely WebRTC based. New unlimited user licensing means all company employees can use unlimited video conferencing for one flat fee starting at $495 / €475 per year. The solution includes traditional video conferencing features such as recording, remote control/assistance and screensharing.
- Ingate consolidated the entire product line into three categories: high-, mid and low-capacity.
- Consolidated the mid-range of E-SBCs with the new SIParator S52
- Added more capacity to all E-SBCs
- Upgraded high-capacity SBCs with 48V DC power supplies, and they are now NEBS-compliant
- Overhauled licensing and pricing structure to simplify for customers
I was already impressed with the Kapp – it is the most elegant solution to the analog white board in a digital era. It’s effectively a BYO computer and network solution to the whiteboard. Draw on the board with real dry-erase markers and then via a Smartphone App share it with a URL. It’s a great solution for sharing, but not collaborating because it is a one-way device. That get’s fixed with the Kapp IQ. It’s a similar concept, but uses an Android-powered video screen. Draw on it with e-ink – AND/OR – watch what others draw on their app. It’s basically an over-sized tablet designed for visual collaboration.