Sony Marketing (Japan) Inc plans to debut a video-conference system named “PCS-1,” which allows customers to use the camera and the system unit separately, on June 1, 2003.
The camera-separable type video-conference system enables users to set it flexibly at various places, not limited to a specific meeting room, depending on their needs. It also features a multi-point meeting that connects as many as 10 locations and sharing data. It is IP-capable to facilitate a network connection.
Connecting up to six meeting places can be realized by installing optional multi-point software. Furthermore, a maximum connection of 10 locations is possible by directly connecting two parent systems on an IP connection.