Allows users to see, control and edit shared files and documents in real time
Magor Communications has launched Release 3 of its TeleCollaboration HDWorkPlace family of telecollaboration systems, which facilitates drag-and-drop sharing of computer desktops through a graphical user interface (GUI).
The company said that the new collaboration capabilities allow permitted participants to see, control and edit shared files and documents in real time. It includes video compression processes that can adapt in real time to varying network conditions and end-user behaviour.
According to Magor, the TeleCollaboration is based on a codec-agnostic, peer-to-peer video architecture, a 1080p HD video that allows each Magor endpoint to operate independently of the others. It preserves all video, audio and collaboration capabilities when interoperating with other video conferencing systems.
The company said that the new offering incorporates remote collaboration capabilities that provides the ability to access shared content online through a web browser while participating in the conversation by phone.
In addition, the newly introduced HDSolo, a single screen, single camera telecollaboration system allows users to view and switch between any of the video and collaboration sessions in progress. It also allows users to move and resize session windows in real time and to pan and zoom in on images to suit their requirements, the company said.
Dan Rusheleau, EVP of product development at Magor, said: “With Release 3, Magor is leading the market in extending the reach of HD video conferencing and collaboration beyond the board room and executive suite. We are taking the power of telecollaboration to ordinary meeting rooms and individual offices, where real workers can get real work done.”