Video Conferencing

What is Video Conferencing?

Video conferencing is a communications technology that integrates video and audio to connect users anywhere in the world as if they were in the same room. This term usually refers to communication between three or more users who are in at least two locations, rather than one-on-one communication, and it often includes multiple people at each location.  Each user, or group of users, who is participating in a video conference typically must have a computer, a camera/webcam, a microphone, a video screen and a sound system.  Another requirement is a connection to the communications system that is being used, which, in the 21st century, is usually the Internet; however, it might also be a satellite-based system, a broadcast signal or other communications technology. When using video conferencing, participants can see and hear each other in "real-time" or close to it, allowing natural face-to-face conversations and visual elements that are not possible with voice-only communications technology.



How can we help?

Leveraging open architectures and industry-standard design principles, Von Technologies, LLC.'s video conferencing engineers allow companies to apply visual communication throughout their organization, regardless of the mix of vendors providing other communication and network services.

Our experience providing standards-based offerings and services highlights our unique capability to span heterogeneous, multi-vendor environments with innovative and powerful visual communication.

At Von Technologies, LLC., we do not believe installation begins at the time of purchase.  It begins with our experienced sales team who has an in depth knowledge of all Cisco and Polycom endpoints and can recommend a solution tailored to your organization’s individual needs.  As audio and  visual specialists, we can leverage our expertise to offer complex video installations, as well as unique, customized solutions designed specifically for your organization.