PCCW Global and Huawei announced the launch of their new high definition video communications center in Hong Kong.
The video conferencing facility — located at Telecom House — showcases the latest HD calling, conferencing, and collaboration solutions, available on multiple devices including telepresence rooms, conferencing terminals, tablets, and smartphones.
The cloud-based High Definition Video Communications (HDVC) platform, built by PCCW Global and Huawei, can assist service providers and enterprises to offer business communications, providing a real-time face-to-face experience.
PCCW Global’s managed network provides interoperable multipoint video conferencing and video calling experience between, and among, users spanning more than 130 countries around the globe, said Huawei.
Mao Yumin, vice president for Huawei Core Network Product Line, said: “The opening of the Global High Definition Video Communications Center is a key milestone for all carriers and enterprises to leverage on the opportunities offered by HDVC with a global reach, whatever the device and whatever the access.”
John Wat, VP, Cloud and Solutions, Product and Vendor Management, PCCW Global; Frederick Chui, SVP, Global Data Sales and Presales, PCCW Global; Marc Halbfinger, CEO, PCCW Global; Mike Macdonald, CTO of Huawei SEA Region; Tong Guofan, IMS Solution General Manager of Core Network; and Ambrose Tang, account director, Huawei Hong Kong Representative Office, at the opening ceremony for the new Global High Definition Video Communications Center in Hong Kong.
InfotechLead News Team