ZoomPresence: A Powerful Cloud-based Video Collaboration Platform for Conference Rooms
We live in a mobile, social world where companies want to provide the best collaboration capabilities, suitable for conducting business with anyone, anywhere, and will stand out among the others and gain a competitive advantage.
Zoom, the cloud meeting company, has launched ZoomPresence, the easiest and most affordable way to transform your conference room into a video and collaboration space. The new solution will transform room-based conferencing.
ZoomPresence shows its set up live in less than four minutes at today's DEMO Enterprise 2014 invitation-only showcase of innovative products in San Francisco.
Z oomPresence runs on Mac mini with touchscreen functionality, and offers innovations like easy setup, integration with Google Outlook calendar, flexible meetings, and content sharing.
ZoomPresence is the only solution that fits any conference room - small with one HD screen, medium with two HD screens, or large with three HD screens. It allows users to collaborate by sharing desktop and mobile content over Wi-Fi or by direct HDMI connection.
The solution is available with price tag of $999. ZoomPresence saves customers more than 90 percent over traditional room systems. Zoom's annual subscription fee of $99 is the most affordable on the market.
ZoomPresence is an all-in-one solution so participants can join from their desktops, laptops, mobile devices, telephones, traditional room systems and other ZoomPresence systems.
Dennis Hodges, CIO, Inteva Products LLC, said in a statement, “We've have been using Zoom to connect our global IT team for the past year. It has been a great solution for our desktop and mobile collaboration. We're thrilled to bring Zoom into our conference rooms with ZoomPresence. It's ease-of-use, attractive price tag, and high quality content sharing means we won't miss a beat, even across oceans.”
Zoom offers the best video, audio, and screen-sharing experience across Windows PC, Mac, iOS, Android, telephones and H.323/SIP room systems.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker