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This is a presentation introducing a 1080P video collaboration platform over a 3 mbps unmanaged broadband pipe. Provides up to 1080P resolution on concurrent application sharing with far-side control ...

This is a presentation introducing a 1080P video collaboration platform over a 3 mbps unmanaged broadband pipe. Provides up to 1080P resolution on concurrent application sharing with far-side control capabilities.

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  • Presented by Jon EdwardsSunset Studios Media Solutions, Inc.
  • Magor TeleCollaboration: the leading visual collaboration solution• Seamlessly integrates high definition video and advanced desktop sharing in a peer-to-peer communications architecture• Enables instant access to the information and people you need, when you need them• Rather than ‘talk now, do later’; create working collaborative sessions, from the comfort of your own office• Helps organizations speed and enhance decision making, improve productivity and strengthen relationships with colleagues, suppliers, partners and customers – around the city or around the world 2
  • New business dynamics drives new communication/collaboration tools• Current economic climate requires companies to • Streamline what they do • Automate as much as possible • Up productivity metric• This is resulting in • Geographically dispersed teams • Multiple hats and multi-tasking • Growth in knowledge workers • Need to engage an increasingly mobile workforce• “Doing more with less” shifts focus to improving business processes and streamlining workflow • Provides for ad hoc, rather than scheduled, meetings • On-demand access to relevant decision data is critical • Immersive video for strengthened relationships• Consumerism enters the enterprise • “Don’t tell me how and when I can use something. Let me work the way I like to and use the tools I want to!” • Immediate gratification 3
  • Visual collaborations VS visual communications• Redefines the video conference business model •Visual collaboration meets new demands via peer to peer network • Seamlessly integrated desktop sharing and advanced collaboration capabilities • Instant access to the information and people you need, when you need them. • conduct rich, working collaborative sessions rather than ‘talk now, do later’Christie Digital saw the benefits to implementing this game-changing video collaboration tool into their work-flow across 14 countries worldwide 4
  • Christie chose Magor for worldwide visual collaboration infrastructure• North America, Europe and Asia, 14 Magor endpoints• Leveraging Magor’s flexible peer-to-peer architecture and advanced collaboration capabilities• Enables access to subject matter experts and critical information via visual collaboration meetings on an ad-hoc, as needed basis 5
  • The JewelboxChristie Digital Systems, Inc - Cypress California Programmed and installed by Sunset Studios Media Solutions, Inc. 6
  • “Providing our global offices with an easy to use, rich visual collaborationexperience that speeds and enhances decision making and raises productivitywas a key priority for us.”“After evaluating our options, the Magor TeleCollaboration system stood out for itsflexible peer-to-peer architecture, which allows us to bring subject matter expertsand critical information into visual collaboration meetings on an ad-hoc, as neededbasis.” Ashish Kudsia, IT Director, February 2011
  • What is needed? Advanced End user control High quality videocollaboration Human experience Scalability design Any browser, any device 8
  • Sophisticated desktop sharing and collaboration• Access, share and grant control over multiple concurrent documents, files and applications• Always have the information you need, Advanced when you need it collaboration 9
  • End user flexibility and control over experience• See what you want, how you want• No multipoint control unit (MCU) dictating your experience• Add, drop and reconnect participants in an ad- End user control hoc way, with no impact on others 10
  • Highest quality 1080p video• Pick up on non-verbal cues• See details of white boards, flip charts, High quality video shared materials 11
  • Advanced scalable video coding• The ONLY scalable, adaptive, real time 1080p HD video available today• Works over any network, including non-engineered IP networks like the Internet• Leverages flexible video compression processes that adapt in real time to varying network conditions and end- user behavior• Protects critical network traffic and applications Scalability 12
  • Human experience design• Immersive, realistic interactions Shanghai• Accurate eye contact• Consistent gaze direction• Eliminates meeting Toronto fatigue Los Angeles Human experience design
  • Any Browser, Any Device• Anytime/ Anywhere Extends a Magor TeleCollaboration session to remote users, enabling them to view the session’s shared desktops through a standard web browser while participating by voice via the integrated audio bridge• Any desktop, notebook, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry Torch/Bold, HTC Android, Galaxy Tablet, etc.• Remote users can be granted control of shared desktops Any browser, any device 14
  • Release 3.3 (Q2 2011)• Remote users can receive a Unicast stream of any videos or desktops shared within a Magor TeleCollaboration session• Point-to-point, two-way video calling from Skype video mobile client to a Magor endpoint• Wordy - Mobile users provide video from their location (airport, disaster scene, … ) over 3/4G/WiFi wireless to a Magor endpoint and Magor endpoint delivers video to any other Magor EP which redistributes to attached mobile participants anywhere in Canada! Any browser, any device 15
  • Summary• Game Changing paradigm shift! • Traditional video conferencing does not support the integrated and dispersed workflow as we move to a more ad-hoc work environment used by geographically- dispersed workers wearing multiple hats • These new tools for collaboration redefine how workers can work to deliver highest productivity• Magor TeleCollaboration enables workers to access the right people and information any time by delivering: • Advanced collaboration • End user control • Highest quality 1080p video • Human experience design • Access from any browser on any device 16
  • The Power of Now – Magor video collaborationImproving the way we work, without changing how we work Legacy video conferencing: Magor TeleCollaboration: ‘Talk now, do later’ ‘Get work done now’ 17
  • Appendix Backup Slides March 2011
  • On its videoconferencing‐merits alone, Magor competes wellagainst other videoconferencing / telepresence offerings.However, when combined with its powerful, paradigm‐bustingdata collaboration engine and the advanced capabilitiesdescribed above, this solution really shines. Wainhouse Research Report, May 2010
  • Richness index values assessed for standard collaboration solutions Source: Frost & Sullivan
  • • A single-screen, single-camera system• Ideal for people who need to collaborate with remote teams and off-site parties• Flexibility of using up to six video collaboration windows 22
  • • A two screen, one or two camera system• Ideal for busy professionals and small teams who need the flexibility of two screens• Two cameras support two full size videos with eye contact along with more flexible video and collaboration display options 23
  • • A three screen, two or three camera system• Ideal for geographically dispersed teams and teams that need to collaborate with off-site parties• Supports up to three full size videos along with more flexible video and collaborative display options 24
  • Interoperability with legacy endpoints and MCUs Endpoint/Vendor Model MCUAethra Vega X3 EndpointLifesize Room EndpointLifesize Room 200 EndpointTandberg C90 EndpointTandberg 600 MXP EndpointTandberg 880 MXP EndpointTandberg T1000 EndpointTandberg Codian 4505 MCUTandberg Codian 4310 MCUPolycom HDX‐8000 EndpointPolycom RMX ‐2000 MCUPolycom VSX‐7000 EndpointPolycom VSX‐3000 EndpointSony XC80 Endpoint 25
  • For more information please contact:Sunset Studios Media Solutions, Inc Visual Collaboration Technology Group Los Angeles, California 818.907.7630