ISE 16 - TrueConf NextGen: UltraHD Video Calls Will Be Showcased at Integrated Systems Europe 2016

TrueConf, the leading enterprise video conferencing solution developer in Eastern Europe, will showcase a cutting-edge UltraHD (4K) point-to-point video conferencing system and demonstrate its new improved Unified Communications platform at Integrated Systems Europe 2016.

Before now, the only solution for UltraHD video quality in video conferencing systems was to splice together multiple video streams. This year, ISE 2016 attendees will be some of the first to see a live single-stream 1-on-1 video call at 2160p resolution. This exhibit is facilitated by the TrueConf Server hybrid Unified Communications platform and the brand new Panasonic AW-UE70 4K PTZ camera.


Visitors to the TrueConf stand 9-D138 can also test drive a new module for organizing enterprise web conferences (webinars). The webinar platform is built into TrueConf Server and unites web conferencing and enterprise video conferencing within a single product. External users and guests without an account on the system can now easily participate in webinars via a WebRTC-compliant browser or via a single-use downloadable client app.

TrueConf experts will showcase the mechanism for organizing video conference streaming with the new streaming module. Video conference streaming is carried out via RTSP protocol, which allows users to broadcast a conference to an unlimited number of viewers with content delivery servers and services (CDN). Streaming is a new feature for software video conferencing systems, and was previously only available for systems based on expensive hardware setups.

One important new feature, TrueConf Federation, allows users to create flexible enterprise communication platforms across multiple instances of TrueConf Server. Federation unites the user bases of several TrueConf Server instances to create a common address space for all users. In addition, users can deploy a hybrid solution that can be scaled up to include TrueConf cloud service users.

These are only a few of the new advances in the world of video conferencing which TrueConf will showcase at the Integrated Systems Europe 2016 exhibition (9th-12th February) at RAI expo in Amsterdam. Find TrueConf at ISE 2016 at Stand 9-D138 in Hall 9 - Unified Communications.

For more information, please contact:
Dmitry Odintsov,
TrueConf Chief Business Development Officer
Phone: 1-347-TRUECNF (1-347-878-3263)
E-mail: dmitry@trueconf.com

About TrueConf, www.trueconf.com
TrueConf equips PCs, mobiles and meeting rooms with high quality video conferencing and collaboration solutions. TrueConf apps and solutions are easy to use and are fully compatible with legacy and SIP equipment, meaning that you save money on infrastructure while still utilizing state-of-the art technologies like scalable video coding (SVC) and intelligent stream manipulation.

More than 1500 companies and 3 million customers around the world choose TrueConf to meet their video conferencing needs. TrueConf native client apps are powered by 100% software architecture, and our products are available as both an on-premises solution and as a cloud service for end-customers and partners.

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