Renux Media, an integrated service and communication solutions company, has entered into a strategic partnership to bring Peoplelink, the award winning Peoplelink low bandwidth unified communication and telepresence to Nigeria. Renux Media Outfit is operated by the finest minds from the Media, Public Relations, Marketing Communication and Information Communication Technology. Renux provides robust end to end solutions to clients spanning across different industries as well as government and non-government organisations.
The ‘Peoplelink VC’ solution is integrated with image capture and compression technology, which enables it to deliver utmost picture quality at any capture resolution. For video encoding, transmission and decoding, Peoplelink solution makes use of H.264 VBR/CBR encryption protocols for video and G.273, G.711 and GIPS as audio compression algorithms, which ensure a stable audio video clarity under all network bandwidth conditions.
The solution is most capable of achieving 1080p resolutions at the most optimal bandwidths. Renux Media, External Communication Manager, Mr. Caleb Achu, in a statement said, “Peoplelink Solution has come to unlock various doors of collaborative possibilities for SMEs, institutions of learning, religious organisations, health and manufacturing sectors, government and its agencies, Non-governmental Organisations. Peoplelink is an ideal gateway into experiencing a ‘Smart City’ Concept for Nigeria and Africa at large.
“Corporate workers in Nigeria (urban and less cities) are no longer bound by the limitations of low bandwidth internet to collaborate. Religious bodies can now stream their events live or even schedule vital meetings with ease. Students can now join classes seamlessly from their smart devices and laptop computers ‘On the go.’
Remote medical consultation/telemedicine is now readily possible and so much more. “Nigeria will be the fifth major African country to have the opportunity of experiencing Peoplelink VC Smart City Application. Other countries include Ghana, South Africa, Kenya and Ethiopia. Smart and easy collaborations are now possibilities for all; it is left for us to decide how we will embrace it in order to jumpstart ourselves into a new borderless world of technological achievements.”