SCOPIA Mobile Highlights:
Avaya Radvision – Video Conferencing
Participate in standards-based video conferences with full two-way video capabilities and see up to 28 participants simultaneously. Through SCOPIA video infrastructure, SCOPIA Mobile can connect to telepresence systems, standards-based HD video conferencing systems and unified communications applications such as Microsoft Lync for unmatched interoperability.
Avaya Radvision - Data Collaboration with Review
View presentations, spreadsheets, documents and images shared in a conference with standards-based H.239 interoperable data collaboration and be fully engaged as if attending on a video conferencing room system. Participants can also review previously shared materials without interrupting the presenter using RADVISION’s unique advanced data collaboration / slider function.
Avaya Radvision - Control, Moderate and Administer Meetings
Start or stop recording or streaming, lock a conference or end the meeting. View the participants list and mute noisy users, stop cameras or simply disconnect unwanted participants. Change video layouts including rearranging participants through the simple Multi-Touch™ enabled interface. View statistics such as codecs in use, resolution, network speed and loss for troubleshooting.
Avaya Radvision - Easy to Join and Invite Others
Easily join video conferences directly from clicking an email link or through a mobile device calendar; access a company directory to invite attendees, including Microsoft Lync users – all enabled by RADVISION’s advanced enterprise integration. Additionally, invite guest phones and video systems by their number or address.
Avaya Radvision Mobile Broadband and Wi-Fi Capable
Video conference almost anywhere through mobile broadband or Wi-Fi making it a highly effective tool for business travelers. RADVISION’s NetSense bandwidth estimation and adaptation technology ensures high quality on mobile networks.