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HD videoconferencing system runs Linux

Sep 28, 2009, 23:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The KX-VC500 offers SIP-compatible videoconferencing supporting H.264-compressed 1920 x 1080i H.264 video over links from 2 to 8Mbps, and offers Internet connectivity, says Panasonic.

"The KX-VC500 is aimed at a broad swath of customers in business, education, and manufacturing, says Panasonic. The device is sold as a bare-bones box without camera, microphone, or display, but can be bought with a "3-meter radius" microphone, and presumably with a variety of extra-cost Panasonic camcorders, webcams, and HD displays. The KX-VC500 runs embedded Linux on an undisclosed processor, according to Nokia's Qt Software, which announced the device as a design win for its Qt cross-platform development framework."

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