UK start-up Vegastream unveiled its Vega 200 PC Audio Conferencing unit at the Networks show last week. The Vega 200 is designed for use with T.120-compliant audio conferencing software such as Microsoft's NetMeeting, which normally only allows point-to-point communication. The device extends this to up to 30 users, and allows shared applications, whiteboarding and audio over the LAN and WAN, with support for G.729a compression allowing access over a modem. "The normal form of access would be over the LAN," said Patrick Christian, technical director, "but the 200 will support compression when it is released." Beta units will be shipped to testing sites in the autumn, but pricing and a final release date could not be confirmed.
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