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Sony Ipela PCS-TL30 videoconference system
Ilse Jurriƫn : May 15th 2005 - 20:13 CET
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SonySony Ipela PCS-TL30 videoconference system : Sony Electronics is expanding its IPELA line of Internet protocol (IP)-based collaborative communications products with a new videoconferencing system. The Ipela PCS-TL30 system is designed for desktop use. The PCS-TL30 is a standalone IP-based videoconferencing system that can also double as a PC display, conserving desktop space by providing "all-in-one" system multi-functionality. "The new model adds depth and flexibility to the IPELA family" said Michael McCausland, vice president of visual communications for Sony Electronics. "The PCS-TL30 realizes the dream of desktop videoconferencing with a fully functioning A/V interface".
Sony Ipela PCS-TL30 videoconference systemSony Ipela PCS-TL30 - Features
With an intuitive graphical interface and mouse-operated one-click dialing, the system integrates a 4x digital zoom camera, high-quality directional microphone, 17-inch (viewable area, measured diagonally) WXGA LCD monitor and speaker. The system complies with the H.264 standard to deliver high-quality video at up to 2Mbps. Support for MPEG4 AAC audio (14 kHz) also provides excellent sound quality while reducing bandwidth requirements.

Sony Ipela PCS-TL30 - Support
Compliance with a range of industry standards enables operation of these products as an endpoint with other standards-based systems. The initial version of the PCS-TL30 supports UPnP. Options for the PCS-TL30 include the Data Solution Module (PCSA-DSM1), a plug-in for Sony group conferencing systems to enable the sharing of PC files while a conference is in progress. Support for the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) will also be available as an option for the PCS-TL30. The PCS-TL30 is planned to be available this fall.





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