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Audio conferencing has always been the method for group communication, especially for remote users. Today video is more affordable and offers an additional return on investment when addressing remote communication needs.
that was unrealistic for the smaller business market due to the upfront cost. Today, endpoints are less expensive and more powerful, but what has been missing as a complement is a video and audio bridge priced for the SMB marketplace.
By enabling an inexpensive software license key per video endpoint deployed, the barrier for entry to this solution is very low, and now any business can easily utilise video conferencing. The only base requirements to install video conferencing includes video endpoints, like a desktop phone or PC based softphone, and an Epygi QuadroM IP PBX with audio conferencing and the video conferencing licenses. Conference users with video will be able to see the current speaker and either manually or automatically switch between participants. This gives the user power over which person they get to view or allows the video conference server to rotate the video feed to the person currently speaking. Video conferencing delivered to customers with minimal complexity and a very low capital expense is key to the Epygi solution.
Simply Cost Effective
With the Epygi solution, many seemingly complex features are delivered without the need for a dedicated engineer. Video conferencing from Epygi delivers an advanced feature with the versatility required but without all the hassle. Corporate-wide team members can now communicate visually and verbally.