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DC lands Logitech HD videconferencing sub-brand

04 May 12

Unity Systems, the Unified Communications (UC) division of Distribution Central, has been appointed as ANZ distributor for Logitech’s HD video conferencing sub-brand, LifeSize.

The agreement covers the full LifeSize portfolio, including cloud and on-premise infrastructure, software applications, and hardware like cameras and microphones.

HD videoconferencing has been touted as one of the key areas expected to grow on the government’s Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) network, although a key element of the LifeSize proposition is to provide videoconferencing at the highest resolution possible, regardless of bandwidth.

Founded in 2003, LifeSize was acquired by Logitech in 2009.

As well as Auckland, Unity has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth and Singapore. Its other brands are Avaya, Network Equipment Technologies (NET), Plantronics and Zeacom.

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