LG today launched its new VR5010H video conference system (VCS), providing businesses with an audio-visual communications tool that supports advanced H.264 High Profile video codec and QoS (Quality of Service) technology.
The VR5010H is also compatible with VCS solutions from other manufacturers and upgradable to 4-way multi codec.
LG?s VCS incorporates standard based FEC (Forward Error Correction) technology which optimizes performance on top of dynamic bandwidth adaptation technology by compensating for packet loss. It can provide high-definition picture quality by adopting H.264 High Profile video codec, which means almost half the network bandwidth is required by conventional VCS products' H.264 Baseline Profile for HD transmission.
With the VR5010H, LG is introducing a number of features and functions. Dual Streaming offers efficiency by allowing conference participants to see each other while sending and viewing files at the same time. Dual Display technology enables the VR5010H to show content across two separate screens for professional usage. And the device's web-based recording function eliminates the hassle of having to connect and configure additional equipment, enabling monitoring and reviewing the conference with no additional charge.
The VR5010H also comes with a universal remote so users can adjust the settings on the connected display in addition to being able to control the angle and direction of the camera unit. It has a quick automatic focus and 7x zooming camera, low lens distortion and supports HD (1280 x 720p) screen resolution. What's more, noise cancelling technology is also included.
LG's 4-way multi codec model, V5500, was introduced in June of last year.
LG's VCS lineup will be available in select countries including the United States, China, Russia,and India among other markets, starting this week. To complement the VR5010H, LG will introduce a Full HD version, model name VR5500F, next month as well.