Published on March 18th, 2015 | by David Frith0
Grandstream announces revolutionary GVC3200 Video Conferencing System, now Available for Beta Testing
New Beta test features a transformative video conferencing system powered by AndroidTM
Grandstream Networks, the leading manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions, is releasing a revolutionary new HD video conferencing system for beta testing. The Grandstream Beta Club is now taking applications for its most groundbreaking product yet – the Grandstream GVC3200 Video Conferencing System, a powerful video conferencing solution running the Android OS. The product will be one-of-a-kind in the video conferencing market, and has the potential to be a disruptive game changer for visual collaborations for businesses of all sizes. This video conferencing system will be the first of its kind in the Grandstream Video Conferencing portfolio and announces Grandstream’s strategic entry into the video collaborations market in the near future.
The GVC3200 is a transformative HD video conference system designed for the modern web application era. The device runs on the Android 4.4 operating system, with native support for open-standard SIP, as well as various popular telephony & conferencing applications such as SkypeTM, Microsoft Lync® Mobile 2013, and Google Hangouts. The device sports a sophisticated hardware-accelerated ISP (Image Signal Processing) engine, a remotely controllable wide-angle PTZ camera with 12x optical zoom, Gigabit network port, integrated dual-band WiFi & Bluetooth, and an industry-leading embedded MCU that supports up to 4-way 1080p HD conferencing and remote screen sharing. It fully supports advanced video and wideband audio codec such as H.264 High Profile and Opus which is a WebRTC standard. Twenty units of this product will be available for shipping to selected Beta Club members by mid- April, 2015.
For this beta test, the Grandstream Beta Club is looking for testers with extensive experience in state-of-the-art video conferencing products and technologies. Most importantly, the Beta club is looking for testers with innovative ideas that can help redefine the way in which visual conferencing and collaboration is used in the marketplace. Grandstream will be selecting the most talented and experienced testers available and encourages all those interested to apply. Grandstream will be opening applications for the beta test of this innovative new product from March 11th to April 3rd, 2015. To apply, please go to betaclub.grandstream.com.
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