Globalization, effective workforce management across different locations and reduced operating costs have been the key contributors towards increased adoption of collaboration solutions. Immersive Video and Audio, Face Recognition, Auto Zoom, Interoperability with every device and Voice controlled commands are some of the key features for next-gen video collaboration solutions. Depending on the end application i.e. boardroom, huddle room or for home office, the video collaboration solution comprises of display(s), camera(s), microphone(s) and speaker(s).
Qualcomm has recently launched a series of processor families targeted for different components of the collaboration solution. High-end video capture, on-device dual DSP, AI Engine, on-chip video and voice analytics and rich connectivity are some of the key features of these processors.
Qualcomm®'s 865 (QCS8250) chipset supports 8K display, 4K video at 120fps and 200-megapixel capture making it an ideal choice for high-end video conferencing displays for Board Rooms. At the same time, Qualcomm® QCS404/405 System-on-Chip (SoC) is designed to address the needs of mid-range smart speakers and entry-level soundbar applications.
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