Denver, CO--May 16, 1996--ITC Media Conferencing (Denver, CO) announced the release of ITC-Quad Split, an advanced application of video conferencing technology which combines with ITC Media Conferencing's ITC-45 to allow customers sophisticated broadcast quality conferencing. Through ITC-Satellite Plus, users can be linked from anywhere in the world.
ITC-Quad Split can be seen at the upcoming International TeleConference Association (ITCA) conference on May 21-23 at the Sheraton Washington Hotel in Washington, D.C. During the conference, ITC Media Conferencing president and chief executive officer, Greg C. Mosher, will demonstrate this new communications ability. Both Mosher and Mike Schonberger, vice president of sales and marketing, will be available for interviews with the news media during the conference.
ITC-Quad Split allows five or more sites to be linked into one video conference. Each site is able to see the other four simultaneously in a continuous interactive session. ITC Media Conferencing's platform makes this possible even if all the sites operate with equipment from different manufacturers and utilize different long distance carriers. ITC-Quad Split matches varying transmission speeds, allowing multiple formats to appear on the video screen simultaneously, eliminating the need for speed conversion.
Through ITC Salellite Plus, ITC Media Conferencing provides satellite uplinking, downlinking, conversion, transponder leasing, and mobile satellite services from literally any location.
With ITC-45, customers can utilize a 45mbps/DS-3 transport service without the expense of owning or maintaining expensive video codecs plus digital access lines.
ITC Media Conferencing also announced its Web site on the Internet which allows customers to reserve services on-line. ITC Media Conferencing provides a video and audio conferencing, broadcast fax, fax on request, and fax forms applications.
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