Talk and Vision Blog
Recently Cisco published the results of a study she conducted in collaboration with Redshift Research, among 1300 young executives worldwide. Through this study, Cisco wanted to gain insight into the attitude of young managers in relation to video.
Every day, numbers of virtual meetings take place, using videoconferencing technology. The technology allows employees to plan meetings regardless of time, location or device. One can actively share content during the virtual meeting, for example computer images and/or the input of an external camera.
Camera, microphone, monitor, speaker and codec. These are the five essential components that constitute a video collaboration solution. The camera and microphone capture the image and sound at one location. The codec converts the video and audio into a digital signal and compresses it before sending it out over the network. At the other end, the codec decompresses the signal and feeds the picture to a monitor and the sound to a loudspeaker.