Traditional Video Conferencing

Traditional video conferencing operating over the copper phone network runs at speeds of up to 512 kilobytes per second. This can deliver low picture resolution with low detail, jerky motion. Almost worse than jerky low resolution pictures is the problem of audio delay that can occur between two speakers. This significantly impedes the natural flow of conversation between participants.

Quality of Picture

Telepresence utilises similar bandwidth to television broadcasters so video motion is natural enough to read body language just as you would when you physically meet. The picture quality is clear and crisp allowing you to see all the detail required.

Quality of Audio

Telepresence delivers clear, immediate audio. No delay. No distortion.