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Communication technology that allows clients to communicate securely around the world, through fully encrypted means. Easily downloaded software onto a USB or directly onto your laptop.
Video teleconference, Voice or Data transfer with minimal encryption requirements.
Using NIST approved 256-bit AES encryption Securenet Connect provides you with:
Available by Annual Subscription
Securenet Connect Secure Chat cost control features:
Bandwidth Select™– This feature allows each user to control the amount of bandwidth used by the application. This is accomplished by “gating” the bandwidth usage at a user selected maximum of as little as 40Kbps for full use of all encrypted video, audio, IM chat and file transfer capabilities. Bandwidth Select™ is a “gate” in that the user selected bandwidth (from 40 Kbps to 150 Kbps) is the maximum the application will use. However, the application only uses what it actually needs, up to the maximum set. e.g. An “Audio Only” teleconference would normally only use about 15-18 Kbps per user, even if the Bandwidth Select™ gate was set at 40 Kbps.
Frames-per-Second (FPS) Selection– This feature allows each user to control the Frames-per-Second used by the application. Secure Chat for PC’s FPS rate may be adjusted from 5 to 30 FPS. Secure Mobile for Smartphones may be adjusted from 5 to 15 FPS. While FPS selection effects the fluid motion of the video experience and allows an adjustment for older PC’s and Smartphones with slower processors, it also allows for Bandwidth Usage Reduction and Savings due to the fact that fewer frame updates require less bandwidth and Securenet Connect, powered by DigiGone’s Bandwidth Select feature is programmed to use only as much bandwidth is required, up to the user selected maximum.
“Video/Audio Only” Viewing—This feature allows each user to turn off their camera and/or microphone during a Video or Audio Teleconference and only view and/or listen to the conference. In this mode, the user only transmits 1-2 Kbps and receives as little as 15-18 Kbps for an “Audio Only” conference and as little as 30-40Kbps for a Video Conference.
Push-to-Talk– This feature, when user activated, allows the user to use the F9 key or the left mouse button as a Push-to-Talk key. While this feature was designed to provide operational convenience in loud environments, it also reduces bandwidth costs by only transmitting the 15-18 Kbps of VoIP audio when the Push-to-Talk key is depressed.
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