When developing the Information Technology Strategic Plan for the next several years, Amir Dabirian, CIO at CSUF, used three criteria for evaluating all potential IT projects: they must be 1) sustainable, 2) collaborative, and 3) visionary. Video conferencing was one of the technologies that met these criteria and was evaluated to understand the potential benefits it could provide to the University. The IT team evaluated a few video solutions from leading vendors and ultimately chose Aastra’s BluStar™ video collaboration solution.
With its 13-inch touch screen, true HD 720p video conferencing at a rate of 30 frames per second and superior HD sound quality, delivered via four voice tracking microphones and three speakers, the Aastra BluStar 8000i combines broadcast quality video and audio with advanced business collaboration features and applications to deliver a truly natural collaboration experience. This high quality desktop media phone enhances productivity by helping teams work better together – whether for peer-to-peer communication or for multi-way video conferencing.
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