Conferencing Featured Articles
Conferencing Week in Review: Tufts Medical Center, Tele-Maternity, New York State
It was a surprising week in conferencing this past week, as numerous companies and businesses suddenly "discovered" telemedicine as a viable alternative to actual in-person doctor visits. We have the details.
New Zealand on Telehealth Radar
Recent headlines tell us that New York was most recently made the 22nd state to enact a telehealth bill that will change how doctors and patients communicate, and now it looks as though New Zealand is getting on board with it, too.
Infant Care Gets a Virtual Edge with Tele-Maternity Technology
For new mothers, worry about the health of the newborn life under said mothers' charge is fairly well a fact of life. But in British Columbia, a temporary relief for the new mothers' worry is often as close as an Internet connection. A new report from the Castlegar Source details how new moms-and new moms-to-be alike-are using video conferencing tools in a new fashion known as "tele-maternity technology".
Tufts Launches Neurological Telehealth Clinic
When talking about video conferencing, most people immediately think about the business world. The fact of the matter is this technology is getting big enough that all kinds of different professions are using it more and more. While the medical field might not be a place where people automatically land when thinking about video conferencing tech, it is a field that has arguably found the best usage for the growing number of solutions popping up in the vertical.
Conferencing Featured News
With 35 years of experience in the communications industry and a true understanding of the ever-changing advancements in technology, Fontel is positioned to deliver its customers cutting-edge solutions that carry them into the future. With a specialized focus on conferencing, Fontel has partnered with major manufacturers to offer revolutionary voice and data communication products and services. Our discussion today will highlight Fontel and its affiliation with Yamaha and focus on Yamaha's Projectphones, a series of arrayed microphones that feature an acoustically-engineered structural design, as well as its echo canceller, a technology that eliminates audio cut-out and echo for smooth performance.