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11
JUNE 2016
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The Canadian Business Journal
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codec manufacturers have done an excellent
job of creating new frameworks to reduce the
requirement of bandwidth. Both the codec and
the networks have improved so dramatically
that any fears of technical problems have now
virtually dissipated. The advent of high-definition
and flat-screen monitors has also greatly
enhanced the business of videoconferencing
with incredibly crisp, clear video and audio.
“Nowadays we’re getting a very nice quality
of video on the TV so we’re trying to replicate
the feeling of that – having HD at home into the
office,” Dumouchel says.
Many large law firms in Canada are also
working with CBCI Telecom. For the legal
profession, it is critical to be able to share
information and expertise on an audio-visual
network that is trustworthy and dependable.
Healthcare has been – and will continue to
be – a natural fit for videoconferencing with
still numerous untapped potential applications
according to Dumouchel. “For us, the next step
is to work with the pharmacies. The desire for
us is to have them connect with doctors in the
“Nowadays we’re getting a very
nice quality of video on the TV
so we’re trying to replicate the
feeling of that – having HD at
home into the office.”
– Denis Dumouchel
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