ISI and Laerdal form a winning combination

Post by Jay Myers, Founder and CEO of ISI ISI was recently awarded a contract by the University of Tennessee School of Nursing in Knoxville to outfit the newly renovated School of Nursing simulation center with state of the art audio-visual and simulation technology manufactured by Laerdal Medical .  Laerdal Medical is one of the world's leading providers of simulation, airway management, immobilization, life support and medical education products and services, with sales and support... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Friday, July 26, 2013

ISI is teaming up with Avizia

Here at ISI, we're proud to announce that we'll be working with Avizia over the coming months to help roll out their new line of products designed to complement Cisco's C Series and SX20 video endpoints. Avizia was founded a few months ago by a group of former Cisco and Tandberg employees, and some of the products Avizia is launching, like their Clinical Assistance cart , may look familiar to those of you with some background with Cisco/Tandberg equipment.That's because Avizia, with Cisco's... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Monday, July 22, 2013

A little about Vidtel

Over the past year or so, ISI has been looking at business-class cloud video solutions with increasing interest. For many companies and organizations, the old model of having your own MCUs and call control appliances just for video is too complicated and expensive; it costs a fortune in CapEx, requires specialized IT skills, and limits adoption to large meeting rooms and high-level executives. On the other hand, consumer-level solutions like Skype suffer from poor interoperability, lower call... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Friday, July 19, 2013

Product Spotlight: Vaddio Easy USB

With the increased emphasis on software-based applications in both video conferencing and AV integration, it seems like the PC is the most flexible device to build a videoconferencing system around. However, most people in AV cringe when they think of PC conferencing, as they imagine grainy, poor contrast webcam video, tinny PC speakers and subpar built-in microphones. For the most part, these concerns are justified, as anyone who's dialed a laptop with Microsoft Lync or Cisco Jabber into a... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Monday, July 15, 2013

In Times of Trouble, Use Video Conferencing

The video conferencing/unified communications blog NoJitter posted an interesting article last week on the use of video conferencing in disaster recovery/business continuity situations. When the San Fransisco Bay Area suffered a transit strike last week (which lasted several days and disrupted traffic so badly that many people were forced to stay with friends or co-workers in order to get to work on time)  a new cloud-based video conferencing service called Zoom offered free accounts... Read More
Posted by Amy Dunbar at Thursday, July 11, 2013

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