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CONSUMER ELECTRONICS  FACEVSION


likes of Skype, MSN Messenger and other web-based chat and video platforms en masse – daily. More and more people are working


remotely from their offices and many others are on the move, making quality communication more of a challenge. This leads corporations to look for the easiest and most cost-effective solutions to stay in touch with their remote staff. Our video conferencing solutions enable businesses to stay connected with their employees in true high definition at any time, from anywhere.


The technology for that sort of activity has been around for years – what do you offer that isn’t already out there? We are still the only company that offers H.264 hardware encoding and FTTH to deliver true HD video communication. In layman’s terms, that means we are the only company that offers TRUE HD embedded in to our Video Cams. Subject to an upload speed of 1MB, a user can benefit from a 78 degrees wide angle lens, true high definition 720p quality with 16:9 aspect ratio and embedded dual microphones for excellent audio quality.


Where are your main targets of expansion, globally? We have partnered with Tencent QQ, Skype and Google to jointly deliver the benefits and power of HD video communications to all internet users. We are very excited to be leading the way with this technology. Within the channel FaceVsion is


currently working with the right distribution partners to help educate and grow the market in this area. The video conferencing industry has shown


What are you planning to do in the UK specifically?


As I mentioned, our objective is to grow through the channel. We do not have a direct sales model at all. We recognise that despite the fact that our products are plug and play and easy to use, they can be part of a much larger solution. Video communication is an industry that still enables many resellers to add value and deliver services that will help them gain and retain new customers.


“The video conferencing industry has shown double figure growth year-on-year; this is the right time for resellers that still want to add value


and service to their clients to take a look.” Jack Cheng, FaceVsion


double figure growth year-on-year; this is the right time for resellers that still want to add value and service to their clients to take a look. We are currently building our


network of resellers in the UK through our partner Imago Group, and are continuing with other partners in the USA, Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Germany, Russia and South Africa, with more countries expected in the next quarter.


Our product range spans from a


simple webcam straight through to boardroom solutions. Imago Group has a wealth of knowledge in this sector and would be happy to talk through the opportunity with any company that is interested in finding out more.


Where do you see the company in five years’ time? FaceVsion has gradually been building up its brand image through consumer


COMPANY FACTS:


 Founded by notebook manufacturer Quanta to develop HD video technology.


 Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, with additional offices in the USA, Hong Kong and China.


 Has partnered with Tencent QQ, Skype and Google.


 Is building UK channel partnerships through Imago Group.


 Products range from home webcams to boardroom solutions.


HD webcam product lines. Over the next few years – besides keeping up innovation and releasing new, improved and optimised products with higher technical specs – we are also targeting small and medium enterprises, as well as vertical solutions in the video communication market. Our mission is to provide truly


flexible, scalable and affordable HD video communications solutions to consumers and SMEs, enabling them to communicate anytime and anywhere.


Jack Cheng www.pcr-online.biz November PCR 95


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