October 4, 2016

Video Conferencing

Video Conferencing

Video Conferencing (WebRTC and High Definition)

The demand to work from anywhere with the user’s device of choice is increasing dramatically, due to the mobility of today’s workforce and the continued need for immediate customer satisfaction. However, the any device to any device challenge in video communications is not limited only to the workforce, as consumers have begun to heavily use services which were once reserved for the workforce. For example, with the likes of Skype (Microsoft), jajah (Telefonica) and Google+, Video Conferencing has now become a standard service for anyone to use, whether on a mobile device (e.g. smartphone, tablet), computer (e.g. desktop, notebook, netbook), or television set.

The PARSA Video Conferencing System’s flexible design enables it to be configured as a single PARSA SDP with an integrated media server. With the our service, servers are accessed across local or distributed networks, using  Markup Language technology.

The display/layout options supported by the PARSA Video Conferencing System include Voice Activated Switching and Continuous Presence (Tiled). With Voice Activated Switching, callers see the real-time video stream of the active speaker, which is ideal and beneficial for mobile handsets as they have a limited screen size. Continuous Presence shows multiple sites continuously and supports multiple real-time video streams within a multi-pane display, based on PARSA’s Dynamically Adaptable Viewing* technology.

Video Conferencing
Key Technological Features supported by the PARSA Video Conferencing Systems include:

  • Any Device to Any Device (Mobile Devices, Computers, TVs)
  • 3G & SIP Networks
  • Voice Activated Switching & Continuous Presence
  • E-Mail & SMS Notifications
  • Lecture Mode
  • Scheduled, Permanent, & Instant Conferences
  • SOAP Interface to Existing Web Portals
  • Web-Based Provisioning & Management