The AVer EVC Video Conferencing Series Awarded MIT Gold Award
Taipei, Taiwan – June 27, 2018 – AVer once again stands ahead of the crowd with the announcement that the AVer EVC series of video conferencing systems has won the 2018 MIT Gold Award. This award is held by the Taiwan Industrial Development Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and judges companies on developing high-quality, elegantly designed, and cost effective Taiwanese products.
AVer Information President Andy Hsi announced today,
“We are honored to once again be awarded the MIT Gold Award. Businesses have long looked for cost effective meeting solutions that build on the growing energy conservation and carbon emission reduction trends and it was our ambition for the EVC series’ to meet these trends by providing affordable and sustainable collaboration solutions. This acknowledgement is testament to our intent to provide effective, quality products that standout and build a higher repute in international markets.”
The AVer EVC series is an easy to operate, barrier breaking smart solution for building efficient and sustainable communications networks for private and public organizations. Highly praised by major companies in the manufacturing, healthcare, and services sectors, the systems of the EVC series are equipped with high resolution zoom PTZ cameras and powerful daisy-chain capable microphone systems. Every system in the EVC series provides high quality video and audio for clear, streamlined audio-visual experiences that meet and exceed the demands of everyday business use. In addition to its high-end AV technology, the EVC series is able to take advantage of AVer’s proprietary video conferencing app, EZMeetup. EZMeetup is a video conferencing software that helps facilitate employee participation in meetings through mobile device connections. The EVC series helps get employees to join the conversation from any location and effectively reduces communication and collaboration management costs, all while assisting companies with their international interactions.