“Video conferencing is a market requirement today, as there are going to be a few thousand boardrooms, a few million PCs, and billions of handsets,” opined Chakraborty.
In his pitch, he also familiarized the attendees with Vennfer, an IP-based video conferencing software offered by his company. Vennfer stands for virtual enterprise network conferencing. It enables real time audio, video, and data communication over LAN, WAN, and broadband over TCP/IP conserving real time bandwidth in the case of synchronous audio and video delivery at multipoint locations.
According to Chakraborty, Vennfer saves 50-60% in OPEX and 40-60% in CAPEX; scales up to 2-17/37/200/N way conferences; can integrate boardrooms, PCs, laptops and mobiles in one enterprise conference; can integrate data like PPT, Word, Excel, Chat, Whiteboard and application sharing while conferencing; covers the entire spectrum of the customers’ video conferencing needs and runs on any network; and is the only solution ready for IPV6.
Chakraborty stated that Vennfer can help the government in e-governance projects, statewise SWAN projects, education departments, healthcare departments, inter-departmental meetings of all the government departments, public sector organizations, security and real-time surveillance.
Vennfer can also be used for live collaborative classrooms, and users can also do live synchronous studio and classroom learning and collaboration. One recent example is that IIM Shillong deployed Vennfer's video conferencing to conduct virtual classes. Later they also realized that this technology can also be used for organizing internal meetings. The deployment scenario at the institution is such that it connects the entire campus through video conferencing and international professors deliver lectures on campus using video conferencing with a provision for connecting multiple classrooms across the country in the future.
Vennfer can also be used for video conferencing extensively by the Ministry of Health in the areas of Telemedicine like Tele-consultation (direct clinical, preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic, treatment, consultative and follow-up services); Tele-monitoring (remote monitoring of rehabilitation services); Tele-mentoring (education to patients and healthcare professionals); Tele-presence (remote assistance in surgery); continuing medical education; and administration.
The company is also introducing Vennfer Broadband that runs on any broadband and high speed datacard connection. For the first time in the world, Intellisys will soon launch 3D video conferencing through Vennfer.
Date de publication : 19 Février 2010
Source : Expresscomputeronline