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Trinity Launches New Government Video Solution

Trinity Video Communications showcases its new family of TeleReach video solutions for the federal government. The solutions are designed to deliver a high-quality AV experience regardless of system 3/04/2009 2:37 AM Eastern

Trinity Launches New Government Video Solution

Trinity Video Communications showcases its new family of TeleReach video solutions for the federal government. The solutions are designed to deliver a high-quality AV experience regardless of system classification, room dimensions, or videoconferencing bandwidth, and can be customized to fit any application.

Trinity Video Communications plans to showcase its new family of TeleReach video solutions for the federal government at FOSE March 10-12, 2009 in Washington, D.C. According to the company, the solutions are designed to deliver a high-quality AV experience regardless of system classification, room dimensions, or videoconferencing bandwidth, and can be customized to fit any application.

The TeleReach Touch provides secure videoconferencing that encompasses both the video endpoint and the video network, company officials said. As video becomes a more important command-and-control tool for federal agencies, the risk of inadvertent or malicious compromise also rises, the company says.

The TeleReach Touch provides access control, audit controls, and the capturing and logging of sensitive operations as a tunable part of the network's security infrastructure. Trinity Video will showcase the Multi-Enclave configuration of the TeleReach Touch, which provides separation and security in a triple-classification environment.

The TeleReach VisionWall delivers flexible display solutions for whatever application is required of a room. The Scalable VisionWall allows users to set presets for standard videoconferencing, telepresence, or local presentations, without being restricted by the size of a single monitor. And because the VisionWall is monitor-independent, the company says it can be implemented in any environment.



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