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Not to be confused with Skopje.

Scopia, within the computer networking and telecommunications fields, is a series of unified communications products that provide meet-me, videoconferencing and online collaboration. The Scopia products include the Scopia XT Telepresence, Scopia XT7100 Room System (supporting also the H.265 standard), Scopia XT5000 Room System, Scopia XT4300 Room System, Scopia XT Meeting Center Room System, Scopia Firewall Traversal, Multipoint control units, Gateways, Scopia Control, Scopia Desktop Video Conferencing, and Scopia Mobile HD Video Conferencing. The Scopia products are developed and sold by Avaya and their Business Partner network.


On 30 April 2012 shareholders approved the acquisition of Radvision by Avaya for about $230 million.[1][2] Plans were announced in June to integrated Radvision products with the Avaya Aura Unified Communication systems.[3]

XT5000 room systems[edit]

The Scopia XT5000 is a unified communication video conferencing system with many video conferencing endpoint options. The system is capable of dual 1080p/60fps live video content, HD Audio, H.264, Scalable Video Coding (SVC), along with iPad multi-touch control.[4] The XT5000 system also automatically scales bandwidth in unpredictable network environments during the video conferencing.[5] The Scopia XT5000 systems include the 5200 Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA) carrier grade systems (5230 and 5215 systems), and the XT5100 systems (5120, 5115, 5110, and 5105).


  • Editor’s Choice Award for achievement in 2009 from industry analyst Telepresence and Videoconferencing Insight Newsletter[6][7]
  • 2012 Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award [5][8]
  • JITC Certified[9][10][11]

XT4200 room system[edit]

High Definition video communications. The features include 720p/60fps live video and content, HD audio, H.264 High Profile and Scalable Video Coding, dual display support and a wide angle Pan–tilt–zoom (PTZ) camera.[12][13]

Desktop and mobile[edit]

The desktop software is compatible with both Microsoft Windows and Mac systems, and works with the web browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome.[14] The system uses H.323 and SIP standards to inter-operate with other video conferencing systems.[14] Scalable Video Coding insures performance over congested networks without affecting other users.[15] Scopia Content Slider allows the Scopia Desktop User can go back to the previous slides during a presentation.

Scopia Mobile allows HD video conferencing from mobile devices such as the iPad, iPhone iPod and Android[16] Wireless connection speeds over cell systems varies greatly and NetSense optimizes the conference session as it monitors the connection quality, dynamically changing from HD video to whatever the connection can support as needed.[17]


  • ISDN gateway
  • TIP Gateway
  • Microsoft Gateway

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "RADVISION Acquired By Avaya". Radvision. Retrieved 4 Sep 2012. 
  2. ^ Shoshanna Solomon (15 March 2012). "Avaya Agrees to Acquire RadVision for About $230 Million". Business Week. Retrieved 12 June 2013. 
  3. ^ Larry Hettick (8 June 2012). "One acquisition closes, another agreement opens". Network World. Retrieved 12 June 2013. 
  4. ^ Madhubanti Rudra (30 April 2012). "Radvision Introduces Video Conferencing System". TMC Net. Retrieved 12 June 2013. 
  5. ^ a b Radvision, an Avaya Company, Earns Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award for Video Conferencing & Telepresence Endpoints
  6. ^ "Radvision Chosen as Video-Enabled Unified Communications Company of the Year by Industry Analyst Telepresence and Videoconferencing Insight". Global Investor. 10 Feb 2012. Retrieved 6 Sep 2012. 
  7. ^ "The RADVISION SCOPIA XT5000 -- The Industry's Most Powerful Video System In Its Class". The Street. 31 Jan 2012. Retrieved 7 Sep 2012. 
  8. ^ David S. Maldow. "Radvision, an Avaya Company, Earns Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award for Video Conferencing & Telepresence Endpoints". Telepresence Options. Retrieved 8 Septe 2012.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  9. ^ "Extension of the Special Interoperability Test Certification of the Radvision Scopia" (PDF). DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY. 25 Jan 2012. Retrieved 8 Sep 2012. 
  10. ^ "RADVISION Video Conferencing Solution Receives UC APL Certification from U.S. Federal Government". TMC Net (Business Wire). 26 July 2011. Retrieved 8 Sep 2012. 
  11. ^ "User Guide for SCOPIA Elite 5000 Series MCU Version 7.7" (PDF). p. 3. Retrieved 7 Sep 2012. 
  12. ^ "Radvision Debuts Two New VTC Systems". Rave Publications. 24 April 2012. Retrieved 8 Sep 2012. 
  13. ^ SCOPIA XT4200
  14. ^ a b TP&VC Insight Technical Panel (15 Feb 2012). "Review: Radvision SCOPIA desktop". Retrieved 8 Sep 2012. SCOPIA Desktop is ‘standards based’ with H.323 and SIP interoperability. This means that users can connect with the widest range of room-based video conferencing systems and can have a Tandberg, Cisco, Polycom and Lifesize end point in their Scopia Desktop meeting if needed, offering excellent compatibility. 
  15. ^ Vincent Chavy (30 June 2009). "SCOPIA Desktop 7.0 Points Of Success". Retrieved 8 Sep 2012. 
  16. ^ SCOPIA Mobile Conference With Your Mobile Device
  17. ^ Lee H. Badman (5 Oct 2011). "Radvision Does Big-Time Small-Device Video Conferencing". Network Computing. Retrieved 9 Sep 2012. 

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