Grandstream has unveiled a new Android based video conferencing system in the form of the GVC3200 that is now available to purchase from $4,000 if your pockets are deep enough.
The video conferencing solution is based on Google’s Android 4.4 mobile operating system and offers 1080p Full-HD video resolutions, together with up to 9-way video conferences, with support for 3 monitor outputs through 3 HDMI outputs, and a PTZ camera with 12x zoom.
The Grandstream GVC3200 is also equipped with plug-and-play connectivity and the IPVideoTalk Pro video conferencing service apparently makes setting up to the service very easy.
The GVC3200 is a game-changing video conferencing with unprecedented platform flexibility, features, performance and price. This powerful and high quality room-based video conferencing solution is extremely easy to install/operate and interoperates with a large variety of major video conferencing products and services (such as Blue Jeans, Cisco, Polycom, Huawei, etc.), popular Android video apps (such as Skype™, Google Hangouts), and more.
The GVC3200’s extremely powerful hardware platform includes a sophisticated MCU engine allowing up to 9-way hybrid-protocol conferencing with no external MCUs/servers or extra software licenses; high performance hardware ISP (Image Signal Processing) engine that ensures an industry leading video experience.
To pre-order your own Grandstream GVC3200 video conferencing solution visit the Grandstream website for full hardware specifications.
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