The Scopia Videoconferencing Solution is Bringing the Company's Locations Around the World Closer Together
Whether an action blockbuster, an interactive role-playing game, or crazy karaoke fun – computer and video games are growing in popularity among people of all ages. Koch Media Deutschland GmbH, headquartered in Planegg near Munich, benefits from this as well, being one of the most successful distribution companies of digital entertainment software in Europe. In addition to distribution, the international company also develops its own titles for all conventional platforms under the Deep Silver label. Using Avaya's Scopia videoconferencing solution, Koch Media improves international collaboration on game development and in other important areas of business.
In the beginning was Pac Man: a pixelated circle that scurried across the screen and ate little white dots. The mother of all video games is nearly 40 years old now – and it remains truly iconic to this day. However, this classic can barely keep up with current games. Today, millions of people are drawn to the screen by photorealistic characters, extremely vivid landscapes, and realtime interaction. The realistic graphics simplify the immersion in virtual worlds. For example, this allows the depiction of highly detailed medieval cities, utopian landscapes, and racing scenarios that are almost true to life.