TriTech Now Offering Free Demo Kits of Yealink VC400

TriTech Corporation is proud to announce that we’re now offering FREE demo kits of the Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System to enterprises across southeast Wisconsin.

We’re one of the few companies in North America where you can even find such an offer. If you would like to take advantage of this exceptional offer or if you want to learn more, give us a call at (262) 717-0037 or (800) 891-3388 or email us at service (at) tritechcoa (dot) com.

A Risk-Free, Two-Week Trial!

The Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System is a brand-new collaboration solution for enterprises looking to acquire a full-featured video conferencing system without breaking the bank.

After providing a security deposit, you’ll receive a complete Yealink VC400 system to test out for 2 weeks. When you return the system with all components, you’ll receive your full deposit back, minus damages if there are any.

The demo kits are previously used but in excellent condition.

Yealink VC400
Yealink VC400

What’s Included in a Demo Kit?

Each demo kit includes:

• VC400 multipoint codec
• VCC18 1080p30 HD PTZ camera
• VCP40 360° conference phone
• VCR10 remote control
• 8GB USB flash drive
• All necessary cables, adapters and manuals
• All camera mounting accessories

The system is easy—even intuitive—to set up and use.

The VC400 codec provides multipoint support for up to 4 parties in full 1080p30 HD video with additional one-way audio call. It also supports dual-screen conferences with 1080p content sharing. There are no extra charges for either dual-screen support or content sharing. Yealink gives you everything from the outset.

The VCC18 camera brings you 1080p HD video (1920×1080 resolution) at 30 fps. The camera includes 18x optical zoom. It has a pan angle range of around 100° and a tilt range of around 30°, with up to 10 preset positions.

The VCP40 conference phone integrates a 3-microphone array with 10ft pickup in a 360° radius. Audio comes through with crystal clear 20KHz CD quality.

Yealink has also focused on creating an interoperable system. The VC400 supports the SIP and H.323 protocols, meaning you’ll be able to integrate this system with other systems built according to industry standards.

You might be wondering why we mentioned that the kits come with an 8GB USB flash drive. Yealink doesn’t charge you for call recording. In fact, they’ve included call recording or screenshots to USB stick directly into the codec unit. You just need to plug your flash drive into the back, and you’re good to go.

It’s little details like that get us excited about the Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System. Yealink never charges you for features that you deserve.

In a nutshell, the Yealink VC400 gives you what you want. And you can test it for no money at all.

Is the Yealink VC400 for Me?

Let’s say you’re curious, but you’re not quite ready for the risk-free trial. How do you know if the Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System is for you?

Video conferencing is appreciated by companies not only for the fact that it eliminates nearly all of your unnecessary travel, but also because it increases your efficiency and productivity. You can get in touch with people more rapidly and with a wider geographic range, allowing you to develop more intimate connections with more clients—the foundation of a good business. Workers also love video conferencing, because it simplifies scheduling and gives them flexibility.

For reasons like these, it’s been estimated that by as early as next year, video conferencing is going to supplant email and phones as the primary mode of business collaboration.

Video conferencing is becoming standard practice for businesses of all sizes.

The Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System is, in our opinion, particularly well suited to small-to-midsize businesses (SMBs). Why do we say that?

Full-featured. We can’t emphasize enough how wonderful it is for a video conferencing manufacturer to just give you the features you deserve without making you pay for them.

Affordable. On top of giving you all the features you need, the base system is extremely affordable in comparison with other video conferencing systems of comparable quality.

Simple. The Yealink VC400 is essentially a plug-and-play system with intuitive controls that also gives you robust support for optimization, firewall traversal and other advanced customization options.

Quality. Quite simply, Yealink has made an excellent product for an unbeatable price point. The video is crisp and clear, the audio is lifelike, every feature works as it should.

These are just a few of the reasons that we believe that you owe it to yourself to seize this opportunity for a risk-free trial of the Yealink VC400 Video Conferencing System.

How Do I Order My Free Demo Kit?

Give us a call! Get in touch! We’d love to hear from you. TriTech is dedicated to bringing useful, affordable technology of the highest quality to our community here in Wisconsin. You’re going to love the Yealink VC400.

Our team is available 8am – 5pm CST, Monday – Friday by phone at (262) 717-0037 or (800) 891-3388 or by email at service (at) tritechcoa (dot) com.

TriTech Is Bringing 3D Printing to Milwaukee

We here at TriTech are very excited to tell you that we’re partnering with 3D Systems (3DS) to bring 3D printing to the Milwaukee metropolitan area. We’re building on our decades of expertise with printers of all types. We’re now authorized resellers of the 3DS Cube 3 and 3DS CubePro.

3D printing is still an under-used and under-appreciated technology, even though it’s been gaining in popularity over the past half-decade.

It’s not just for the hobbyists and the big companies anymore.

3D printing is an integral part of the future of business.

3D Systems Cube 3 printer
3D Systems Cube 3 printer

3D Printing

3D printers make objects from digital files. It’s like having a printer that automatically builds in real life what you draw on a blueprint.

3D printing was first developed in the 1980s, when companies like 3D Systems built the first machines and wrote the file formats that enabled objects to be printed. It’s been used extensively in manufacturing for quite some time—it’s an excellent way to make prototypes—and now it’s moving into the home market.

It’s quite different from the forms of printing that we use everyday, like inkjet or laser printing. The biggest difference, of course, is that 3D printing builds up as it prints, a process they call additive manufacturing.

Additive Manufacturing

3D printers lay down layer after layer of material to create objects. Because they are adding layers, the process is called additive manufacturing.

There are a few methods that are used to lay down material. Among the most widely used are:

  • Selective Laser Sintering (SLS). A laser fuses powders into the desired 3D shape.
  • Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), or Plastic Jet Printing (PJP). Different names for layers of melted material being squeezed out according to the desired pattern.
  • Stereolithography (SLA). A laser traces a pattern over liquid resin, hardening layers of resin as it goes along.

The 3DS Cube 3 and 3DS CubePro work by Plastic Jet Printing.

One of the most revolutionary aspects of 3D printing is that you can use a wide variety of materials in the printing process, not just ink or toner.

3D printers are not limited in what materials can be used. It seems like every week there’s a new story about some amazing material. For example, researchers at Wake Forest University recently printed beating heart cells! You can print edible materials, you can print glass, you can print all kinds of materials.

Most commonly, 3D printers use thermoplastics, plastics that become pliable when they’re heated. Some of these plastics are good enough that selling what you print has become a viable option.

3D Systems CubePro printer
3D Systems CubePro printer

The Future of 3D Printing

The most exciting quality about 3D printing is that it’s a technology whose uses are still being discovered.

By moving into 3D printing, TriTech is continuing to lead the way when it comes to Milwaukee-area printing technology. We’re always learning, always expanding our capabilities, to bring incomparable IT services to our local community. Our philosophy is that integrating business technology support saves customers time and headache.

Just like 3D printing saves time and headache for prototyping and a widely expanding realm of other applications.

Give us a call at (262) 717-0037 to learn more about our 3D printing support.