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Capitol to Offer Panasonic Video Conferencing

Capitol is now one of four U.S. distributors offering Panasonic System Network Company of America’s VC500 HD Visual Communications System. Panasonic’s HD video conferencing system features 1080i video and 360-degree audio delivered over a standard broadband connection. “Panasonic’s VC500 system represents a quantum
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Capitol is now one of four U.S. distributors offering Panasonic System Network Company of America’s VC500 HD Visual Communications System.

Panasonic’s HD video conferencing system features 1080i video and 360-degree audio delivered over a standard broadband connection.

“Panasonic’s VC500 system represents a quantum leap forward in video conferencing capabilities,” commented Jeff Kussard, Capitol’s director of strategic development. “The seamless integration of a brilliant HD display, high-performance 360-degree audio and, most important, intuitive operation, has quickly made the VC500 the standard in modern video conferencing systems. Though we know it’s a hit with our long-time commercial integrator customers, we’re also hearing a tremendous amount of buzz from residential installers who are taking the plunge into the light commercial market. It’s an opportunity they need to explore.”

To offer its customers an easy-to-implement starting point, Capitol offers a comprehensive VC500 package featuring one high-performance 360-degree echo canceling microphone, two HD video cameras, a 50-inch HD display, and the proprietary codec that ties the elements together into one efficient system. Customers who prefer flexibility in their choice of cameras and displays can opt for a package that includes only the codec and microphone. Capitol will customize systems to best fit the needs of their customers and end-users.

“Video conferencing is critical to facilitating communication and project management between two or more locations,” Kussard added. “The VC500 takes what was once a major undertaking and seamlessly simplifies the process so that participants can focus on the subject at hand, not operating and managing the system.”

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