There is quite understandably a big buzz surrounding video in the UC industry at present. Much of it is to do with the sense that, a decade and a half after Skype first brought peer-to-peer video communication into the mainstream, we have finally cracked the quality issues that have long dogged video communication technology.
We’ve all experienced it – video calls which descend into a blurry pixelated mess. Live stream webinars where there is a latency gap of seconds between audio and video. Group video conferences which buffer endlessly.