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Saville to host RADVISION briefings

Ian McMurray 4 July 2011
Saville to host RADVISION briefings

UK integrator Saville is to host a series of three RADVISION executive briefing sessions at its Executive Briefing Centre (EBC) in London on Thursday 7th July. The sessions will run 8.45am-9.30am, 12.45pm – 1.30pm and 4.30pm- 5.30pm: a light breakfast and lunch will be served and Saville will offer an end of the day drink for the last session.

Places are reserved on a first come first served basis: those wishing to register for a place should email

Saville says that the RADVISION SCOPIA Mobile iPad and iPhone Application is the first serious business contender for mobile video, offering a platform that is interoperable and extremely cost effective.

Since 1992, RADVISION has provided products and technologies for video conferencing, unified communications over IP, 3G and emerging next-generation networks. The company’s latest innovations include high performance video conference room systems, telepresence, desktop video conference communications and mobile video conferencing solutions.

RADVISION’s SCOPIA product portfolio is described as providing comprehensive and powerful video communication solutions that allow advanced voice, data and video conferencing. The SCOPIA product offering includes network video infrastructure solutions for multipoint conferencing, network connectivity and firewall traversal; video conference endpoint solutions for board rooms, conference rooms, desktop and personal video conferencing and video management software for scheduling, device and bandwidth management and directory services.

According to the company, the SCOPIA product portfolio is a powerful combination of hardware and software video products that is fully standards-based and supports the highest resolutions available in today’s video conferencing solutions. Interoperability and interconnectivity is provided between any video-enabled device, such as a telepresence system, a video conference room or a desktop video conferencing system, and with other telephony and video conferencing systems.

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