Large-room video conferencing systems are seeing renewed growth, as corporate mandates, employee demand and productivity improvements drive enterprise deployments.
While much of the attention in the video conferencing market is around bringing the technology into small rooms and huddle spaces, large rooms are poised for the most growth. More than one-third of organisations are planning to expand video conferencing deployments in their large rooms, which seat 10 or more participants, according to a Nemertes Research study on visual communications and collaboration.
In comparison, a quarter of organisations are planning to increase their small-room video deployments. Today, about 20% of large rooms are equipped with video conferencing, according to the study, which surveyed 500 end-user organisations.