Easily connecting High Definition room systems with Standard Definition endpoints and Desktops, the SCOPIA 100/400 Series is a complete unified communications solution that delivers a very cost-effective, high quality video experience – anywhere and anytime. Enjoy easy-to-use video connectivity at all levels of the organization – from video conference rooms, desktops and on the road… to partners, colleagues and suppliers. RADVISION’s SCOPIA conferencing solutions offer the industry’s most technologically advanced multipoint infrastructure for real-time conferencing over any network, protocol and device. Easy to use plug and play functionality minimizes initial setup time, and offers unmatched flexibility. High Definition (HD) is standard on each system, enabling High Definition at 720p, H.264 with up to 30 frames per second of perfect quality video.
SCOPIA 100/400 Complete Solution Highlights
High Definition Video Conferencing Made Easy
The SCOPIA video conferencing and collaboration solution enables Web-based conferencing to connect with the high quality of High Definition room system equipment and infrastructure. Users can enjoy ease of use and easy access to online desktop conferencing with the high quality delivered by conventional room systems.
Advanced Video Processing
Video transcoding and rate matching allows each user to connect to the conference at the capabilities available to them. This enables users to enjoy the best audio and video quality supported by their endpoint and network – whether it is High Definition, Standard Definition, or Desktops on any network.
With the SCOPIA solution’s Optimized Capacity, users receive maximum value for their investment. Optimized Capacity provides each conferencing application - High Definition room systems, Standard Definition room systems, Desktops, and Audio - the highest capacity at the most effective cost per port. Processing power is efficiently utilized based on the endpoint’s specific requirements.
Extend the Reach of Video Networks
With SCOPIA Desktop, the video network is accessible to any member of the organization. Team members can collaborate from the device they choose: a high end room conferencing system, a branch office or teleworker’s laptop PC, or a mobile device. For larger audiences, use SCOPIA Desktop’s built-in streaming capabilities to reach out to hundreds of users.
Intelligent Call and Network Management
A Gatekeeper and management system (iVIEW Suite) is included for control, configuration, global view and management of the entire video network, including network devices, endpoints and dial plans.
Easy Ad hoc and Scheduled Meeting Setup
Easy conference access and creation with video auto attendant supporting both ad hoc and scheduled conferences. Meetings can be scheduled from a Web interface, via Microsoft® Outlook™ or IBM®Lotus® Notes®. Scheduled meetings reserve the ports, bandwidth and devices required.
Scalable and Distributed for Right-Sized Capacity
SCOPIA components can be combined to form a highly scalable, centralized or distributed conferencing solution that lets your video network infrastructure grow according to your needs.
Ease of Use
SCOPIA’s complete solutions make video conferencing easy for administrators and users. Administrators enjoy out-of-box, plug and play functionality that minimizes initial setup time. Users easily control the conference from the endpoint’s remote control.
SCOPIA 100/400 Series Components
Multipoint Conferencing Units (MCUs) with full video and audio transcoding, SIP and H.323 support iVIEW™ Suite with internal gatekeeper – for conference scheduling and management of endpoints and infrastructure
SCOPIA Desktop – extends the reach of video networks to desktop and remote users
RADVISION’s SCOPIA 100/400 conferencing solutions are part of RADVISION’s complete infrastructure offering that includes multipoint conferencing units, firewall traversal, gateways, desktop conferencing and management for voice, video and data communications. RADVISION’s infrastructure platforms can be used to connect meeting rooms, desktop users and mobile users in large scale distributed network deployments.