In the past, a company that has worldwide operations normally holds conference calls to talk to one another before making a major decision, otherwise, the other method would be to fly in all the decision makers for a meeting. Thanks to the power and speed of the Internet, costs can be saved through video conferencing, and this is what Logitech has done by introducing new webcam technology that will further enhance the video conference experience. Looking to take advantage into Unified Communications (UC) in the enterprise sector, Logitech has rolled out a new range of next generation of webcam technology that deliver full 1080p HD video, onboard H.264 compression and USB Video Class (UVC) driver-less install.
Working hand in hand with Skype, Logitech is first off the blocks to deliver true 1080p videoconferencing at a maximum 30 frames per second – helping overcome the barrier to acceptance for UC solutions whenever video quality drops to a level that makes video meetings boring or annoying. With advanced H.264 hardware encoding capability, video compression is managed within the webcam without having to place more stress on the computer’s processor, helping smooth things up further. You can learn more about the business use of Logitech webcams here.
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