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LifeSize updates UVC platform

Thursday 8 November 2012 | 13:40 CET | News
LifeSize, a videoconferencing provider and division of Logitech, has updated its UVC Platform. LifeSize now supports Microsoft Hyper-V across the entire platform, offers enhanced video capacities in multiple applications, and introduced a new video management application, LifeSize UVC Manager. The LifeSize UVC Platform allows customers to select how they deploy video infrastructure (in their virtualised environment or on LifeSize hardware), as well as which applications they want to activate, which features they want to access, and add capacity as the company's needs grow. LifeSize also enhanced the LifeSize UVC Video Center, its one-button HD streaming, recording and auto-publishing service. It allows any standards-based endpoint to dial in, record and stream with capacities. The company has also added closed captioning in multiple languages, doubled its capacity limits and now supports Blackboard Learn, the learning management system in higher education. The new video management application, LifeSize UVC Manager, is designed to reduce the IT workload by enhancing video network management. Because this application sits on the UVC Platform like all other UVC applications, LifeSize UVC Manager allows video administrators to monitor, schedule calls and upgrade several devices from a single interface. LifeSize UVC Manager is globally available and starts at approximately USD 399. LifeSize UVC Video Center 2.1 starts at USD 9,999.

Categories: Fixed
Companies: LifeSize Communications
Countries: World
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