High definition video conferencing allows users to make conference calls over video from anywhere in the world. This allows users to sit in a virtual conference room with the same clarity as if they were sitting right next to each other. With the recent innovations of video conferencing, you can now bring your own device to participate in virtual video conferences (BYOD).
Both Cloud and Premise options are available for high definition video conferencing.
Point-to-point (sometimes referred to as single call) is a direct connection between two locations. It’s like a telephone call, just with video.
Multipoint lets three or more people or locations take part in the same video conference. Multiple parties can meet through HD video in a meeting room, from a desktop at work, from a home computer, or even over a smartphone or tablet when on the road.
Streaming connects your video conference to others who may choose to view the meeting on a remote computer or mobile device using software instead of hardware. You can even access the recorded video conference at a later time via a web browser.
1080p/30: 1920 x 1080 pixels at 30 frames per second. This is the resolution for Full High Definition.