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Video in-a-box launched by Konftel

Konftel has opened up the video conferencing market to all resellers following the launch of an ingenious ‘video in-a-box’ innovation – with initial demand exceeding all expectations.

Konftel Collaboration is a range of plug and play solutions designed to make video conferencing easy and great value for any type of meeting room – based on single USB cable to connect a conference camera, speaker phone and the room’s screen to an app on a laptop.

UK Sales Director, Jeff May, says with the explosion of huddle rooms and wider collaboration trends, now is the time for all resellers to embrace video conferencing.

“In the past we know many resellers have been reluctant to enter the VC market, avoiding complex camera and codec set-ups because it was too complicated. They felt AV was not for them so just stuck with traditional audio conferencing. But our latest innovation is a great upgrade and upsell opportunity as it’s a high quality plug and play solution; video conferencing for anyone and every reseller can embrace this type of technology.”

Flexible and modular with different options depending on room size and budget, prices for a huddle room package start from £419 RRP (ex VAT).

Jeff highlighted: “We’ve been blown away by the amount of interest and orders, so much so that additional supplies have been made available. Konftel Collaboration is as simple as it’s ingenious, based on a single USB cable, a unique One Cable Connection (OCC).”

The concept is available in small, medium and large package options for up to six people in huddle rooms through to large conference rooms with 20 people.

Jeff added: “As well as the high-performance video cameras, all the solutions include one of Konftel’s award-winning speakerphones with OmniSound for crystal clear audio and a Konftel OCC Hub. Customers who already use Konftel’s USB conference phones can simply add the video camera and Konftel OCC hub for complete flexibility.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine