|National Information Infrastructure Development Agency (NIIFI)|
The NIIF provides IT services to Hungarian higher education and academic institutions: data transmission, IP telephony, videoconference etc.
The videoconference network was basically set up in 2003 and has been developed ever since. Currently in operation: about 50 large room endpoints, a high capacity Polycom MGC server and a high capacity Codian recording, archiving and streaming server.
The Slovenian Army operates a Polycom videoconference network for being a NATO Member State and for internal use. There is a number of endpoints and a central server.
Telemedicina – Croatian remote diagnostics network|
Croatia was the first in the Central-Eastern Europe region that developed a videoconference based medical remote diagnostics network. By means of this the diagnostics centers on the Adriatic islands can stay in live video and audio plus parallel diagnostics visual content connection with the central hospitals in Zagreb and Split. Network is built on 25 Polycom endpoints on 7 islands and in the central hospitals.
Slovak Telekom as the major telecommunication service provider on the market provides videoconference multipoint services to small and medium sized businesses thru a Polycom MGC-100 server.
Hungarian Courts (OITH)|
The remote-interrogator systems were purchased and developed in a tender of 2005. By means of these there is a possibility in court phase to interrogate arrested, in-prison kept convicts or defendants as well as protected or physically-challenged (e.g. staying in hospital) witnesses through videoconference connection. The systems built on videoconference data transmission guarantee few services prescribed by the law, for example video and audio distortion or archiving.
The Hungarian Army is one of the most professional mas users of the videoconference technology. It operates a network of a great number of endpoints and a central MCU server. Hereby they can communicate to internationally to NATO armies and foreign missions as well as between inland sites.
Hungarian Police (ORFK)|
The remote-interrogator systems were purchased and developed in a tender of 2005. By means of these there is a possibility in detection phase to interrogate arrested, in-prison kept convicts or defendants as well as protected or physically-challenged (e.g. staying in hospital) witnesses through videoconference connection. The systems built on videoconference data transmission guarantee few services prescribed by the law, for example video and audio distortion or archiving.
MOL (Hungarian and regional oil company)|
MOL ZRt. operates a videoconference network for communication between their inland sites and subsidiaries as well as for its foreign interests. The network was set up and developed between 2004 and 2006. This Polycom network includes more than 20 professional room and desktop endpoints and a central MGC server with a fine-tuned management application.
The GE group’s Hungarian subsidiaries are using Polycom teleconference technologies day by day as a part of the GE’s global videoconference system. Application includes massive audio conferencing and regular videoconferencing for projects and reporting.
|VUB Bank (Slovakia)|
The Slovak VUB Bank developed a country-wide Polycom videoconference network for internal communication consisting of a central server and a number of endpoints. The video communication between the central bank and regional centers is not only for the management, there are project teams and other report meetings exploiting the facilities.
The Slovak national gas supplier Transgas is one of the oldest videoconference technology users in the region. They operate a country-wide videoconference network with a central server and a number of endpoints for internal communication.
A Polycom videoconference integration in the board directors’ conference hall.