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Trade In Your Discontinued Lifesize Video MCU

EVERGREEN

Are you “cloud-averse” and want to continue to experience secure, on-premise video conferencing along with the latest collaboration features? Compunetix is excited to announce the launch of a new Video MCU Trade-Up program, where you can exchange older Lifesize video conferencing MCUs that are currently end-of-life – specifically Lifesize Bridge 2200 or Lifesize UVC Multipoint units – for credit toward a brand new EVERGREEN Video Collaboration System.

 

The EVERGREEN platform has been engineered to deliver the very best video quality and reliability, no matter how large your video event or which video endpoints you use for your meetings. Video conferencing can be experienced not just through traditional video room systems, but also through a secure, one-click access using browser-based WebRTC technology. Communicate with the most reliable and innovative media conferencing platform on the market. With easy-to-use and customizable client interfaces, the EVERGREEN family is designed to fit your business needs naturally.

 

By participating in the Compunetix Video MCU Trade-Up program, you will experience, first-hand, the benefits of using a solution that will never see an end-of-life notice, enabling you to enjoy a long life-cycle, low total cost of ownership and rapid return-on-investment. Compunetix is committed to providing lifetime support to the products you choose today.

 

The Compunetix Trade-up Program offer is only available for a limited time. Interested parties can request a FREE quotation from Compunetix which will include a trade-in credit that will be applied toward the purchase of a Compunetix EVERGREEN solution.

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