Chinese ICT vendor ZTE has launched its latest cloud-based video conferencing technology for enterprises.
ZTE claims that the new UC solution features Cloud Conferencing Manager (CCM1000) that enables customers to install the system 10 minutes and start video conferencing calls. The CCM1000 is a software-based MCU that delivers large capacity video conferencing capabilities, enabling flexible distributed deployment and providing support for virtualized platforms.
The new Unified Communication & Collaboration solution (UC&C) offers cloud-based video conferencing services for end users.
ZTE said the new UC solution supports different devices and endpoints including software based MCU (multipoint control units), ET series endpoints, mobile applications and desktop clients.
The new ET501 is the latest next-generation smart terminal in ZTE’s video conferencing product portfolio that supports Wi-Fi and AP functions – suitable for small to medium size enterprises (SMEs).
Enterprises can install ZTE’s VT100 mobile and desktop products on devices with Android, iOS, and Windows operating systems, supporting high-quality video conferencing for teleworkers in remote locations.
Earlier, Wainhouse Research said ZTE was among the world’s top-3 providers of video conferencing terminals in the third quarter of 2014, with global market share growing to 11 percent.