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What IP Conferencing System Deals Best with Variable Quality?

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A friend works at a startup and they try to do video conferencing often with their office in South America.  It sounds like frequently either the bandwidth or latency are not up to providing a quality picture.  Now I know that if you want a good International video conference you need to have guaranteed QoS - either say MPLS or even an ISDN multi-channel bundle.  Pay up!  But given that these guys are attempting to do it on the cheap - going over god-knows-what Internet Provider at each end - what room conferencing system deals the best with loss, jitter, latency or low bandwidth?  Thank you.
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What type of connections are at both offices right now? The problem, as you pointed out, might be bandwidth, not their conference system. Also, what are they using now for conferencing?
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I can't follow up on this for reasons undisclosed.  :-)  But thanks for the ideas.
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