High speed Internet connectivity has become more widely available at a reasonable cost and the cost of video capture and display technology has decreased. Consequently personal video teleconference systems based on a webcam, personal computer system, software compression and broadband Internet connectivity have become affordable to the general public.
For many years, futurists have envisioned a future where telephone conversations will take place as actual face-to-face encounters with video as well as audio. Sometimes it’s just not possible or practical to have a face-to-face meeting with two or more people. Sometimes a telephone conversation or conference call is adequate. Other times, an email exchange is adequate.
Thanks to Mlabs commitment to research and development, MCS is the first of its kind to offer virtually unlimited multipoint to multipoint video conferencing for notebook, desktop, boardroom & wireless users for both enterprise and ASP environments. Packaged with attractive features such as no call costs, low additional infrastructure needs, open-system hardware requirements and wireless capability, MCS are suitable for the following needs:
MCS tailors state-of-the-art solutions integrating voice, video & data capabilities to fit every environment and public sector application need. For example, MCS adds another solution for Deaf and hard of hearing individuals that have a particular interest in the development of affordable high-quality videoconferencing as a means of communicating with each other in sign language. Unlike Video Relay Service, which is intended to support communication between a caller using sign language and another party using spoken language, videoconferencing can be used between two signers.