See Live Demos at InfoComm 2013 (Booth 2381) June 12-14
ORLANDO, Fla., June 11, 2013 /CNW/ - AVI-SPL, the world's leading video communications provider, announced today the introduction of two new features addressing the increased concern by customers about unauthorized video calls into meeting rooms, creating a new paradigm in the industry. AVI-SPL's expanded solution portfolio allows clients in varying industries to easily incorporate privacy safeguards into their day-to-day conferencing experiences.
VNOC Symphony® Automated Room Shutdown: VNOC Symphony's Business Processes Automation Module hinders uninvited guests from seeing or hearing what is happening in a conference room by automatically performing a series of shut down procedures after every video meeting. This unique capability is available to AVI-SPL Video Managed Service customers as a part of their meeting process.
Block ME™, Do Not Disturb Device - The Block ME device is for customers who want a more tangible way to ensure privacy in their meeting environments. This small device enables the users in the room to simply press one button to block any video calls from being launched or received in the room they are in. The device can easily be installed in any video conference room, doesn't require programming or a control panel and cannot be accessed remotely. The patent pending design allows the video endpoint to continue to be monitored so it does not cause unwarranted alarms to network operations team.
"CIOs and IT organizations continue to have concerns around protecting the privacy of meeting environments," said John Vitale, vice president of products, AVI-SPL. "We believe our innovative capabilities provide a great way to address these concerns and augment what customers are already doing at the network layer."
Stop by AVI-SPL's booth (2381) at InfoComm June 12-14 in Orlando, Florida to see a live demonstration of AVI-SPL's new privacy capabilities in action.
As the world's leading video communications partner, AVI-SPL designs, builds and supports the systems and environments that enable communication and collaboration. AVI-SPL has highly-trained and certified system engineers throughout more than 40 offices across the United States, Mexico, Canada, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates in addition to an international network of solution providers in 30 countries. Visit www.avispl.com for more information or connect with AVI-SPL on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Pinterest
For further information:
Krystle Czajkowski, AVI-SPL, 813.884.7168, ext. 2273, [email protected]