RADvision and Samsung VC240 Now in Stock at VideoCentric

Six months after its manufacturer launch, VideoCentric have announced that it considers VC240 software to be sufficiently stable for its shipping of the 24” HD videoconferencing system to commence.

Wokingham, United Kingdom, October 07, 2010 --(PR.com)-- New software from RADvision for the Samsung-based 24” desktop hardware means that VideoCentric will now commence demonstrating and shipping units across the UK and customers can pre-test HD interoperability and quality against systems from every other major manufacturer.

The self-contained VC-240 is an easy system to self-install, and VideoCentric has sufficient demonstration units to cover all of its sales locations and a wide range of internet IP addresses are available for customers to test the new RADvision/Samsung product against more familiar manufacturers such as Polycom, Tandberg (now part of Cisco), Sony and Lifesize.

“At less than £2k, the new VC-240 marks a step change in the cost of HD videoconferencing at the Executive desktop, and we have units ready for customers to trial immediately,” says David Shimell, Sales Director at VideoCentric UK Ltd. He added, “customers buying 6 or more units from VideoCentric will also receive a free FTS Firewall Traversal Server, so that desktop VC units may be deployed on a LAN behind a secure firewall whereas below that number, an individual public IP address is needed for each VC-240 if it is to be used over the internet.” FTS was launched in September 2010 by VideoCentric and allows both LAN users and internet users to register with it overcoming the problems that desktop users have traditionally faced with firewall traversal.

About VideoCentric

VideoCentric (The Video-over-IP Company) is an integrator & reseller of the world’s leading video conferencing and telepresence systems from Tandberg (now part of Cisco), Polycom, Lifesize, RADVision, Emblaze-VCON, Codian, and SONY. Headquartered in the Thames Valley, England, with demonstration suites in Wokingham and Edinburgh, VideoCentric markets its products and services primarily in the UK but has also formed associations with other Companies worldwide to facilitate the global supply and support of major corporations and system integrators, including those of Cisco, Avaya, Mitel, IBM and Siemens. VideoCentric’s services include the supply of IP & ISDN bandwidth, long-term financing, short-term hire, installation, maintenance, training, managed multipoint, firewall traversal registration and ISDN Gateway services as well as 24x7 video dial-in support to its fully equipped interoperability suite. For more information, visit www.videocentric.co.uk or telephone 0118 9798910 (England/Wales) or 0131 473 2351 (Scotland).

VideoCentric Ltd
Emily Shimell