Suirui Zoom-ing Along with Cloud Video Conferencing Hardware
Voice is a mainstay in the enterprise, but video is growing in prominence as a preferred means of communication. Innovation in the cloud is introducing the next generation in conferencing solutions that promise to power your next meeting and propel productivity to new heights.
Recently, Suirui unveiled new cloud video conferencing hardware for Zoom Rooms. Powered by Intel vPro technology, the newly released solution also touts improved enterprise management.
“Our Intel Core vPro processors are built for business, powering remote manageability and security. As a result, IT can maximize uptime in meeting rooms with remote troubleshooting capability while helping keep the data shared in meeting rooms secure,” said Stephanie Hallford, vice president and general manager of Business Client Platforms at Intel Corporation. “We are pleased to work with Suirui and Zoom Video Communications to provide comprehensive value to customers across collaboration and IT management and security.”
The feature-rich cloud video conferencing hardware delivers AI-enabled functionalities, AIO plug-and-play design, OTA updates for Zoom software and device firmware, Zoom Rooms built-in, as well as the Intel vPro technology for management.
Zoom adoption is on the rise, as the demand for cloud conferencing solutions grows. In this time of complex processes, deployments and technologies, this pairing is providing the enterprise simplicity. There’s minimal strain on IT resources to deploy and manage the hardware, and end users can easily join the afternoon call.
“This is the future of collaboration. Zoom is happy to see our healthy ecosystem growing to deliver happiness to more and more customers,” Oded Gal, Head of Product Management at Zoom Video Communications.
Communication and collaboration are key cogs in the wheel of the enterprise, and it is video conferencing that helps ensure the wheels on the bus go round and round.
What video conferencing system does your organization use?
Edited by Erik Linask