White Paper: Clear One
Beamforming is a signal processing technique carried out by a processor using input from the beamforming microphone array. Advanced beamforming techniques employ interference patterns to change the directionality of the array, so that information collected from the various microphones can be combined to give preference to the expected acoustic patterns.
With good design and engineering, it’s now possible to employ an advanced microphone array system to capture desired sounds and produce a highly intelligible, superior-quality audio signal.
This whitepaper focuses on beam-forming as a method of sensing and filtering acoustic waves for enterprise video and telephone conferencing applications.
The Emergence of Beamforming for Conferencing Applications
World’s First Professional-Grade, 24-Element Beamforming Microphone Array
Emerging techniques and technologies to improve the capture and processing of acoustic patterns
The Ultimate in Teleconferencing Sound Quality
Skype for Business is fast becoming the most widely-used single vendor unified communications platform. However, as the enterprise implements Skype for Business, it hits a seemingly impossible barrier, realizing complete video communication and collaboration. There is no easy or elegant way for existing video conferencing equipment to seamlessly integrate with Skype for Business. This whitepaper addresses what the available migration strategies for video calling and conferencing are, and how interoperability between Skype for Business and professional video systems can be achieved for inter and intra-company calls. It highlights: How to bridge the gap between Skype for Business and legacy H.323 meeting room systems on a scheduled meet-me basis ‘Do nothing’ strategy- Both the video conferencing rooms and Skype for Business are maintained in parallel How to achieve direct calling and conferencing for all, while maintaining current legacy room systems, registered directly to the video cloud
By: E-ISG Asset Intelligence LLC
Enterprise asset management software comparison: Competitive analysis between IT asset management solution providers Enterprise asset management solutions are seeing increasing demand in private and government agencies. Choosing the best IT EnterpriseAsset Management solution requires a comparison between them. On what criteria should we compare different enterprise asset management solution, providers? What is the scope of the “must-have” functionality in an IT asset management solution? What are optional “nice-to-have” features and functionality in an IAM Solution? Which are the major providers of Enterprise IT asset management solutions? This whitepaper presents a summary view of the competitive landscape of the providers of IT asset management solutions for different sizes of businesses. Learn the pros and cons with different IT asset management solution providers by downloading this whitepaper on ''Enterprise asset management software comparison''.
What is Network ?
Network is a group of two or more computing devices enabled to exchanging data with each other (such as files or messages, printers and other shared peripherals) through a data link. The connections between these devices can be established by means of a cable or wireless media. The computers or devices on a network are called as nodes and the ones that allocate resources are broadly categorized as servers or workstations.
What is Telecommunication ?
Telecommunications refers to the interchange of information by electronic and electrical means over a significant distance. It is a generic term that is used for a vast range of information-transmitting technologies such as mobile phones, land lines, VoIP and broadcast networks.
What is Telecommunication Network ?
A telecommunications network/ broadcast communications system is an arrangement of computing and telecommunications assets (Specifically, a group of nodes and links) that is capable of carrying audio, visual, and data communications. The prime function of any telecommunications network is to provide efficient transmission of information from a point of origin to a point of termination.