Rialto, Cali. – In Sound & Communications’ May issue, the magazine features AVI-SPL’s AV transformation for Rialto Unified School District’s (USD). As more schools face increased budget cuts, district officials are looking at AV integration options to enhance communication efforts for the students and faculty throughout the community. Videoconferencing has led to fieldtrip and distant learning opportunities that schools have otherwise never been able to provide. Learn more about the solutions today’s schools are considering to enrich the classroom experience.
Once again, AVI-SPL kept its streak alive and topped SCN magazine’s just-released Top 50 Systems Integrators listing. AVI-SPL had projected revenues for 2010 of nearly $500 million – more than three times that of its nearest competitor.
The win confirmed AVI-SPL’s standing as the global leader in audio and video communications technologies for businesses of all stripes. Through strategic partnerships with recognized industry leaders, AVI-SPL continues to deliver outstanding audio/video solutions – including Telepresence, Unified Communications, audio conferencing and videoconferencing — that are effective and easy to use.
AVI-SPL has completed installations for clients the world over, each one uniquely tailored to its customers’ needs. It works across a range of industries, including:
From budget-friendly videoconferencing to digital signage to comprehensive control rooms, AVI-SPL designs, implements and supports solutions that enhance your communication and presentation capabilities. We also offer the full production resources of our Creative Show Services, a team of directors, project managers and audio/video engineers dedicated to helping you engage with your audience to make a lasting, persuasive impact.
Because of AVI-SPL’s partnerships with over 700 of the industry’s leading manufacturers and its group of certified technical specialists, the company has been able to complete more than 25,000 installations worldwide.
As an active partner in the Green AV Initiative and a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, AVI-SPL also works to promote AV solutions that help companies reduce their carbon footprint while saving money.
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While the main selling point of videoconferencing is obviously the ability to see to whom you’re talking across the miles, equally important is the quality of the audio between the communicating parties. That’s where Biamp’s Nexia VC comes in. This slim but powerful digital signal processor is designed to deliver outstanding audio during videoconferencing applications – without any compromise.
One of the features that make the Nexia VC so noteworthy is its Biamp Sona™ AEC, a proprietary wideband acoustic echo cancellation algorithm that produces crystal-clear audio. Because the Nexia VC delivers 20Hz to 20kHz bandwidth, you hear natural, true-to-life sound from each conference participant.
The Nexia VC is both economical and intuitive, meaning you can add it quickly to your set-up, and use it just as fast. It can be implemented in a variety of video conferencing situations, thanks to an internal system design that is completely user definable via PC software, and features a broad selection of audio components, routing options and signal processing. The unit has room for 8 wideband AEC mic/line inputs, 2 standard mic/line inputs, 4 mic/line outputs and a codec interface.
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As judges have to deal with an ever-increasing number of cases and tight budgets, video communication technologies are becoming increasingly obvious choices for their value and overall efficiency. The many benefits of adding video communications to the courtroom setting include:
- Ease of use
- Efficient use of time and resources
- Streamlined arraignment process
- Recorded proceedings for later review
Flat-screen TVs of various sizes as well as document cameras can be used to display evidence and exhibits for jurors, the courtroom gallery, defense, prosecution and judge areas. The Stanislaus County Courthouse in Modesto, Calif., exemplifies AVI-SPL’s commitment to comprehensive AV solutions in this area. The judge, jury, lawyers and the audience all have sizeable displays, so each can clearly see the evidence or other items introduced into the record. But the benefits of video communications technology goes beyond enhanced presentation capabilities.
AVI-SPL’s work on the Jay Street Courthouse in Brooklyn, N.Y., includes a video system that can accommodate presentations while also allowing defendants to appear remotely from prison. In such cases, not only can videoconferencing save on the cost of transporting inmates to and from the courthouse, it also makes sense if those individuals are too sick to appear before a judge in person or have a communicable disease. Similarly, expert witnesses can appear from remote locations, while still being able to fully communicate with judges and lawyers.
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The video conferencing industry may see an uptick if current analysis of the market holds true.
Research firm Global Industry Analysts (GIA) recently announced that the worldwide video conferencing market would bring in $10.8 billion by 2015. GIA attributed its forecast to the effects of globalization, cost-saving efforts and increasing acceptance by small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
While acknowledging that the recession has suppressed the communications market in general, GIA concluded that, as the global economy improves, companies will be willing to invest in video communications in order to increase efficiency and save money over the long term. It also pointed to ongoing technology innovations in audio and video, as well as the continued decentralization of working environments as positive influencing factors. Read the complete press release on GIA’s announcement here.
Matt Hemblen of ComputerWorld thinks the recent release of HP Visual Collaboration — a suite of HD videoconferencing solutions — may work out quite well for the video conferencing industry:
“HP’s entry into desktop videoconferencing will further energize the market for videoconferencing, even as many newer mobile devices like the iPhone 4 have begun supporting real-time video chat.”
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