Lifesize Brings 4K Video to Spaces of Any Size

April 8, 2019

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Global video conferencing pioneer, Lifesize has a strong reputation for delivering cloud-based, reliable video conferencing services to companies worldwide. The brand, recognised as the Frost and Sullivan Cloud Video Conferencing vendor for the year, recently announced two new meeting room systems. The Icon 500 and Icon 300 are the latest in Lifesize’s portfolio of next-generation 4K video devices. These solutions are designed to bring next-level collaboration experiences to mid-sized meeting spaces, large boardrooms and huddle rooms alike.

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