Midwich have expanded their video conferencing offering with the announcement of a new partnership with Easymeeting, bringing a wholly end-user focused VC solution to the market.
As well as their hosted service, the star of the Easymeeting product range is the new TWS system. Designed with input from Midwich’s own video conference specialist Matthew Cook, the TWS offers end users arguably the simplest ‘out of the box’ video-conference solution yet.
Easymeeting TWS is a great choice for small and medium business users and remote office locations. The system is optimal for small and medium sized conference rooms or as a desktop system thanks to the wide angle optic and the 100% silent operation mode. Delivering pin sharp 1080p HD video resolution at 30fps (720p/60fps) and crystal clear high fidelity audio, the TWS is able to provide exceptional quality video and audio at an impressive price and performance ratio.
Matthew said: “We are delighted to be able to add Easymeeting to our video-conferencing portfolio. I know the Easymeeting team very well and I am confident that, coupled with Easymeeting’s own cloud service, the TWS product creates a powerful offering, bringing an easy to use and hassle-free video conferencing solution to the market.”
Matt adds: “The physical element of setting up video conferencing solutions is not difficult. The potential complications come with the network, protocols and communication involved. Using Easymeeting you get not only a simple out of the box solution, but combining the TWS with a subscription to their cloud service, the entire solution is serviced, run and supported from a single source.”
“Easymeeting.net and Midwich together can leverage our combined experience into gaining an even greater footprint in the UK market” said- Evan J. Andriopoulos, CEO of easymeeting.net. “We have spent the better part of five years in developing our own video conferencing as a service platform with the user in mind” -followed Andriopoulos. “The team at Midwich is dedicated in providing easy to buy, use and scale video conferencing services and they too see the value in offering a great user experience ahead of everything else and this is something their channel partners and their customers can truly benefit from” – said Andriopoulos.
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