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Flying high at the Air Force Symposium

- June 19, 2009 - 0 Comments

This week we joined more than 750 participants at the 3rd annual Air Force Cyberspace Symposium (AFCS) at the Shreveport Convention Center. The AFCS theme of Collaboration for the Future is one that we feel strongly about at TANDBERG, given that our video conferencing technologies are centered on the idea that face-to-face communications bolster collaboration.

The defense community is constantly looking for new technologies that will help people across the globe collaborate and share mission-critical information easier, faster and more efficiently. The highest quality video teleconferencing (VTC) is particularly critical for the Air Force because its cyberspace activities are not centralized in one location. VTC enables officers, policy-makers, technology staff and teams in the field to communicate in real-time over secure high-definition networks.

TANDBERG provided attendees, which included senior representatives from the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marine Corps, industry, cyber-focused organizations and education sectors, a look at the latest and greatest in video collaboration solutions.

At this year’s AFCS, we focused on our capabilities for connecting cyber control centers and showcased the C-60 with a 52“ Profile, the 1700 desktop solution, the E-20 and Movi, our mobile offering. Our E-20 was especially popular at this event for its combination of unique capabilities and high performance at a low price point.

We were excited to meet personally with leaders from the Navy, Air Force, Department of Energy and Department of Homeland Security, and we are already looking forward to next year’s show!

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