Telesphere recently announced the launch of VideoConnect, a cloud-based videoconferencing service for businesses of every size. Today the company announced that VideoConnect is the first worldwide commercial deployment of Broadsoft’s BroadCloud Video, an enterprise-grade videoconferencing and telepresence service that incorporates Polycom’s standards-based HDX systems and VVX 1500 business media phones, along with CounterPath’s Bria softclients.Read more
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New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, European Videoconferencing Endpoints Market, finds that the market earned revenues of $383.6 million in 2009 and estimates this to reach $1.03 billion in 2015 at a compound annual growth rate of 18.0 per cent.Read more
High definition video has "raised the game" for videoconferencing and telepresence systems.
That’s the opinion of Rick Snyder, president of Tandberg Americas, who says HD videoconferencing offers a "really compelling visual experience".
A third of videoconferencing managers report that the economic crisis is likely to lead to an accelerated deployment of equipment rather than a slowdown.
A survey from Wainhouse Research reports that customers are continuing to invest in "visual collaboration solutions", even in the current economic climate.
It says the two largest drivers for this are travel reduction and improved decision making.
Improvements in call quality and economic conditions are doing wonders for global demand for videoconferencing – and in particular desktop video calling.
But the day when globe-trotting executives hook up to a video conference call on their smartphone would still appear to be a little way off.
Linor Shachar, VP sales and marketing for videoconferencing experts Emblaze VCON, said video over mobile had had limited success so far.
As the global appetite for videoconferencing solutions grows, so do the possibilities they offer.
hdtv.biz-news spoke to Linor Shachar, VP sales and marketing for videoconferencing experts Emblaze VCON, about the latest market trends and developments.
Logitech International has announced the acquisition of VoIP and videoconferencing startup SightSpeed for around USD $30 million.
SightSpeed’s software has received widespread praise and sits at the core of Dell’s Video Chat application.
The service allows people to make video calls, computer-to-computer voice calls, and calls to regular telephones, with free and paid versions.
LifeSize Communications has unveiled what it describes as the next generation in video communications – a full HD telepresence solution called Room 200.
The system provides life-size HD images and audio for as many as six participants at one time.
In these times of budget cuts and soaring travel costs, videoconferencing has been hailed as an effective means of communicating with far-flung employees and customers.
With early problems of video quality now overcome, VoIP videoconferencing products would seem to be an ideal corporate communication tool.
Voip.biz-news.com spoke to Huw Rees, VP of marketing and sales at Internet-based voice and video telephony company 8×8, to get his feedback.