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LifeSize expands boardroom videoconferencing range

LifeSize has announced two new videoconferencing systems intended for use in boardrooms or larger conference rooms.

The LifeSize Unity 1000 includes a 55in, edge-lit 1080p LED display with support for up to eight-way multiparty calling.

Designed for larger rooms, the LifeSize Unity 2000 has two of these 55in screens mounted side by side.

Both models feature simple assembly and are used with a LifeSize Room 220 or Express 220 video communication system.

"The new Unity products address a very real industry need: fast, global video deployment that provides a simple experience for both IT administrators and users," said Simon Claringbold, general manager and vice president of LifeSize Asia Pacific.

"It's also critical that simplicity doesn't come at the expense of quality.

"We engineered these Unity solutions with the highest quality video and audio components, so every user has a video calling experience that truly replicates an in-person interaction and functions identically from office to office," he added.

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