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RGB Communications gets UK exclusivity for ClearOne’s Collaborate

RGB Communications has become the exclusive UK distributor for ClearOne's Collaborate range of videoconferencing solutions.

RGB Communications has added ClearCom’s Collaborate range of complete suite software-based HD video solutions to its inventory.

The company aims to provide channel partners with viable conferencing solutions with the availability of the new range.

“Video conferencing, to give our channel partners another profitable revenue stream, has been on our roadmap for a couple of years but it was important that we found exactly the right partner,” explained Gordon Innocent, RGB’s Chairman.

“We wanted a manufacturer with a reputable brand name that our channel partners would feel comfortable with and who would help us make video conferencing as easy as possible to sell, install and support.”

The Collaborate range includes complete desktop video applications, room systems, infrastructure and management solutions,

“We are definitely seeing a growing interest in video from smaller organisations and so the addition of Collaborate Room to RGB’s portfolio is very timely,” said Mike Crosby, director at an RGB customer Sound & Light Solutions. “Smaller companies are fast realising that the benefits of video conferencing, previously enjoyed by large enterprises, are now within their reach.”

The solutions delivers up to 9-way conferencing via an embedded multipoint control unit (MCU) with no need to purchase additional server hardware plus built-in data sharing, streaming.

“Having worked with RGB for some time we know its team well and are confident that it does indeed have the technical expertise to support the Collaborate solutions,” commented Rami Bahar, ClearOne VP Global Video and International Sales. “Crucially RGB has no competing video products within its existing distribution portfolio and so will have an undiluted sales focus that will drive ClearOne’s marketshare across the UK video conferencing space.”