Teliris Introduces First-Available Home Solution for the Enterprise
June 09, 2010
The first-available home solution for the enterprise to extend the life-size, reliable experience of real telepresence to remote workers has been introduced by Teliris, the world's most widely deployed fully managed telepresence and collaboration solutions.
The new solution uses any compatible, existing display and a simple broadband connection to deliver low-cost flexibility for remote workers to not only join group office meetings, but also to connect one-on-one with other home workers seamlessly and realistically.
'Our solution will bring a new level of efficiency and effectiveness to remote workers that will finally allow companies to affordably achieve a truly flexible working environment,' Marc Trachtenberg, Teliris CEO and Co-Founder, said. 'While webcams and laptop video certainly serve their purpose for casual chats or quick showcases, the guaranteed realistic and natural experience that Teliris' Home Telepresence accomplishes is essential for business to be conducted successfully from the home.'
Being compatible with the full line of Teliris Telepresence solutions, Teliris Home Telepresence interoperates with all telepresence, traditional videoconferencing and unified communications systems.
Teliris Home Telepresence will be available in October 2010 at a price of $4,995. The solution features true HD video and is wrapped with Teliris' flagship end-to-end managed service.
The world's most widely deployed fully managed telepresence collaboration solutions, realistically replicating the human dynamics of an in-person meeting experience are developed by Teliris.
Teliris, through its 6G platform and unique intellectual property, has radically simplified the acquisition, deployment and operating costs of telepresence, breaking new ground in adoption and reach of the technology.
In related news, Teliris has released its 3D telepresence solution to deliver a new level of realism through a three-dimensional meeting experience.
Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Alice Straight