Tandberg C90

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Tandberg C90
TANDBERG C90 003.jpg
Manufacturer Tandberg
Availability by country October 2008[1]

Length: 17.36"/44.1 cm
Height: 3.67"/9.3 cm

Depth: 11.8"/30 cm
Weight 11.22 lbs/5.1 kg
Display Not included. Outputs supported: HDMI, DVI-I, BNC (PAL/NTSC)
Rear camera Not included. Maximum live video resolutions: 1920×1080@30fps and 1280×720@60fps[2]
Connectivity 2 × separate LAN/Ethernet (RJ-45) 10/100/1000 Mbit
13 video inputs (up to 1080p60)
5 video outputs (up to 1080p60)
14 audio inputs
8 audio outputs[2]

The Tandberg C90 is a videoconferencing codec and telepresence engine produced by the Norwegian company Tandberg. It is used as the basis for Tandberg's telepresence solutions T1 and T3.

The C90 was announced in June 2008, and started shipping in October.[1] In addition to being a telepresence engine, the C90 is available as a stand-alone product, mostly targeted at auditoriums, boardrooms, and large meeting rooms. The C90 supports both H.323 and SIP, and uses H.263, H.263+, and H.264 for video.[3]

The Tandberg C90 was recognized as the "Most Innovative Audio/Video Conferencing Product" at the AV awards ceremonies at InfoComm 09.[4]


  1. ^ a b TANDBERG Debuts Instant Telepresence. telepresenceoptions.com. June 17, 2008.
  2. ^ a b TANDBERG Codec C90 (product sheet, .pdf). Tandberg. July 2009
  3. ^ TANDBERG Codec C90. VideoCentric. 2009.
  4. ^ TANDBERG Codec C90 Telepresence Engine Wins "Most Innovative Audio/Video Conferencing Product" Award at 2009 InfoComm. Marketwire. June 16, 2009

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