RingCentral has today announced the availability of enterprise-grade room video conferencing to businesses in the UK with the introduction of RingCentral Rooms.
RingCentral’s objective is to help organisations overcome the pain points of complex, difficult to use, and costly, fixed infrastructure systems associated with traditional telepresence-type set-ups. RingCentral Rooms uses a web conferencing platform to connect meeting room hardware, such as screens, cameras and speakers, with external and internal users, as well as with other rooms. This enables seamless participation with other RingCentral Meetings participants joining from mobile, tablets, desktops, or IP desk phones, meeting the needs of today’s modern workforce.
Sahil Rekhi, Managing Director, EMEA at RingCentral, says: “Currently, there simply isn’t a reliable and cost-effective way for companies to deliver a professional room conferencing environment. We’ve launched RingCentral Rooms to fill this gap in the UK market, giving our RingCentral Office customers the smoothest solution available in the region.”
RingCentral Rooms is available to all RingCentral Office customers in the UK. This solution uses off-the-shelf equipment, including an iPad, existing TV monitor, a camera, speakers, and a Mac mini. The cost for the service is between £26 to £32 a month per conference room. RingCentral Rooms is an add-on service, which requires a RingCentral Office subscription and is not sold as a standalone service.
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