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Podcast: The LifeSize 2200 Takes an Incremental Approach

Not all organizations know precisely how far or how quickly they are going with videoconferencing. Logitech division LifeSize understands this, and has introduced the LifeSize 2200, a conference bridge that can be expanded as needs grow.

 By Carl Weinschenk | Posted Oct 18, 2010
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LifeSize, which was acquired by Logitech last December, is introducing a modular high-definition 16-port video conferencing bridge. The LifeSize Bridge 2200, according to Product Manager Travis McCollum, is aimed at organizations that want an incremental approach to their videoconferencing infrastructure.

Site Editor Carl Weinschenk spoke with McCollum, who said that the product, which was three years in the making, can be managed either in a centralized or distributed fashion.

McCollum on the LifeSize Bridge 2200:

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