Videoconferencing promises 'natural communication' advantages according to Tandberg.
Videoconferencing specialist Tandberg will be giving visitors to Gulfcomms a closer look at the benefits of ‘Natural Communications'. The company will be demonstrating its solutions for personal and group video-conferencing solutions, to highlight how ‘face-to-face' communications can help businesses to stay connected.
The Tandberg stand at Gulfcomms will feature a number of end-to-end solutions for video conferencing for personal and group conferencing, along with performance management tools and services.
Demand for video conferencing is expected to create an $11.9 billion global market by 2010, according to Global Industry Analysts Inc. Tandberg sees a great deal of potential for its solution in the Middle East with the build out of IP networks and industry requirements to stay in touch with remote offices and mobile workers.
"IP communication is now being rapidly embraced, driving convergence of voice, video, and desktop collaboration," said Beau Wardak, general manager, Tandberg Middle East. "We at Tandberg here in the region are excited at the opportunity that this creates considering the move to IP by telecom providers and enterprises here in the region. With our extensive presence here in the region, our customers will now have access to a range of solutions leading to greater productivity and collaboration through Natural Communication which helps deliver significant return on investment and allows businesses to stay competitive in the dynamic and globally integrated Middle East economy of today."For all the latest tech news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.