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Dialpad brings its AI conference call technology to New Zealand
Conference call company Dialpad has announced plans to expand its New Zealand presence.
Jabra announces two new additions to PanaCast camera range
The new lineup includes the PanaCast 50 intelligent video bar and the PanaCast 20 intelligent personal camera.
Poly A/NZ on working from anywhere: Tips and tricks from industry experts
"The clarity in audio and beautiful video allows people to work better together."
Resellers must prepare customers as hybrid working sticks around
"Video conferencing will continue to drive meeting communications across a mix of remote working and phased office life."
Avaya spruces up Spaces collaboration platform
The company has added AI-based background and noise filtering, integrated voice and video calling, and additional interoperability capabilities.
Strong fourth quarter for Zoom in wake of COVID crisis
"Our ability to rapidly respond and execute drove strong financial results throughout the year."
Pexip obtains native integration with new Logitech products
Pexip will natively integrate with Logitech’s new portfolio of video conferencing solutions to provide a consistent user experience from any location.
Logitech: new all-in-one video bar conferencing solutions
The Rally Bar is purpose-built for mid-sized rooms, the Rally Bar Mini for small rooms, and the RoomMate computing appliance.
Nureva conferencing system now Teams certified
The system uses a combination of cameras and ’8192 virtual microphones’ which capture sound in all areas of a room.
Zoom lifts 40-minute limit on free accounts for the holidays
"COVID-19 has changed how we live, work, and celebrate in 2020, and like everything else this year, the holiday season doesn’t look the same.'
Pexip launches private cloud option for video conference platform
A release from the company claims that it is a ‘unique’ offering in the market and not available on any other cloud-based video conferencing solution.
New Linius solution enables search and assembly of video meeting clips
The new product, “WHIZZARD”, will soon be available to Zoom, Webex and Microsoft Teams users.
IDTechEx: the role of emerging tech in fighting COVID-19
2020 will go down in history for the year of the global pandemic, but also for the rise of innovative digital technologies.
DTEN's Zoom Rooms range brings 4K-quality meetings to every business
Many organisations will understand the difficulty of sourcing products during COVID, largely due to shipping issues and global stock shortages.
Grandstream Networks adds camera endpoint to IPVideoTalk platform
The GVC3212 is an HD videoconferencing endpoint that mounts to any television and provides up to 720p video through the camera’s one-megapixel CMOS sensor with a 60-degree field-of-view.
Huawei launches video conferencing solution in APAC
Huawei APAC president of cloud and AI, Daniel Zhou, says that the company continues to invest in core audio and video capabilities for collaboration.
Avaya turns to NVIDIA AI to enhance video communication platform
Avaya’s cloud collaboration and communication suite Avaya Spaces now has an added touch of NVIDIA’s cloud artificial intelligence (AI) solutions.
BlueJeans adds cloud video interop for Microsoft Teams
With increased support for the hybrid workforce, the latest updates are designed to help organisations plan back-to-office strategies.
McAfee finds vulnerabilities in 'temi' the videoconferencing robot
Temi is commonly used in environments including businesses, healthcare, retail, hospitality, and other environments including the home.
Google & Lenovo launch first meeting room kits for Google Meet
Google Meet Series One meeting room kits are engineered for hybrid working environments, such as those in the office and in remote locations
No slowing for collab-tech as Kiwis embrace hybrid working
Technology investment and adoption is a top focus for New Zealand firms post-COVID-19, new Poly research reveals.
Aussie firm Chironix brings Zoom to Google Glass Enterprise Edition
Chironix says that many industries that take a hands-on approach to their work need to use video conferencing tools, but they are difficult to use and stop them from getting work done.
Video conferencing, network usage surge in lockdown 2.0 - Vodafone
Phone and internet network usage continued sustained increases during Auckland's second lockdown, according to Vodafone NZ.
Cisco's Webex will soon drown out distracting background noise
Cisco will acquire US company BabbleLabs with the aim of improving its video meeting software Webex.