This system is designed specifically for UC deployments
Far too often in Unified Collaboration and Communications solutions the complexity of equipment surpasses the need.
Our experience with that complexity has led to our latest offering. A Simple Concept that is versatile, robust and best of all- Affordable.
We make VTC simple
There is finally a powerful computer based solution for “software” codecs, The VDO360 NUC. VDO360 partners with Intel to bring you a PC that is designed to complement their award winning VPTZH-01 camera. Bundled together with a wireless keyboard and mouse, and the leading Bluetooth microphone, the Jabra Speak 510, this powerhouse combination is the complete UCC package.
Easily transform any current huddle room or use it as a base for a new one, this combination is as easy as plug it in and go. Simply apply power and an HDMI or even the new Thunderbolt connection to your display and you are ready to visually communicate wirelessly thanks to the advanced wireless protocols supported by the Intel 6235 radio inside of the 4”x4”x1.5” unit.
Yes- a full Intel i5 computer inside of a 4”x4”x1.5” box!
USB 3.0, USB 2.0, Gigabit LAN, 120gb solid state drive, 8gb RAM, Bluetooth, wireless 802.11AGN, and Intel VPro support for easy integration into your enterprise (IT folks are going to like this).
Making visual communication simple is what VDO360 is all about and we can’t get much simpler! All you have to do is choose your Visual Communication or UCC platform, install that client and you are conferencing!
The VDO NUC is compatible with all of the software codecs available including Skype, Cisco Jabber, Vidyo, Lifesize Communicator, Microsoft Lync, Seevogh, Polycom m100, Avaya/Radvision Scopia, and many more.
MemoryDual channel SODIMM DDR3 1333/1600 MHz2 SODIMM, 8GB totalGraphicsDual mini DisplayPort 1.1a with audio supportHDMI 1.4a with audio supportExpandability2 x USB 2.0 connectors on back panel1 x USB 3.0 connector on the front panel
USB PTZ Cameras are hot right now as IT folks try to figure out the most cost-effective way to leverage low-cost/free video soft clients running on PCs but still provide a quality video experience by optimizing the camera and providing PTZ capabilities as well. The $1,399 VDO360 seems to have found a sweet spot of quality and affordability. A number of software vendors were looking at the VDO360 as an example of how their solution can be quickly installed without breaking the budget, and we expect to see a number of new VDO360 partnerships as a result.
Best New Videoconferencing Endpoint
The Winner: The Intel Nuc
Two vendors, VDO360 and Vidyo were featuring endpoints based on the Intel Nuc. In the case of VDO360 they have a full install of Windows 7, with whatever video client you choose to run. Bundled with a small speakerphone, wireless keyboard and mouse (and of course the VDO360 camera), it instantly turns any meeting room monitor into both a high definition VC system, as well as a fully functional Windows workstation. Vidyo’s implementation is actually intended to be installed behind the monitor, for the world’s first “invisible” business quality codec.