Video Conference Technologies, Cisco, Astricon

Event: October 8, 2010 at 12 Noon EDT

VUC is an international group that meets every Friday at 12 Noon Eastern Time. We discuss technology and often VoIP, telephony, the Internet, web sites and hosting, networks and networking. VUC is @voipusers on Twitter. This week, no specific guest product or service made the discussion wide-ranging, with participants from Hong Kong, Algeria, France, Switzerland, Austria, Holland, Spain, Barbados and even the USA. A few of the subjects covered this week:

Cisco umi, is this worth following? Is the concept of video conference on your TV even something there’s an audience for? Do many people have the needed bandwidth for 720p or 1080p?

Counterpath launches a beta trial for there Bria Android app.

Who still have landlines? Why?

TV standards like PAL, NTSC, Secam…

David Duffet on the Ringer Rodeo at Astricon.

AG Projects’ Blink was bridging the ZipDX wideband conference bridge and Talkshoe for 3.5 hours without a single glitch.

Join us every Friday! If you have a product or service you think would be of interest, please reach out to us for a guest spot using the contact form or by grabbing @VoipUsers on Twitter. Join our mailing list or read it on the web as a Google group.

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