Vidyo is the leader in virtualized video communications infrastructure. In 2012 we started by virtualizing the VidyoRouterTM, a highly efficient and scalable virtualized media server. In 2013 we added virtualization support for VidyoPortalTM to provide highly scalable call control and management. Last year our focus shifted to virtualizing our interoperability servers, delivering virtual editions of our transcoding and interoperability servers for third party H.323, SIP, Microsoft Lync, and WebRTC. We are excited to announce that we have now extended virtualization support to the final product in our infrastructure portfolio: VidyoReplayTM. This means all Vidyo infrastructure components are now available and fully supported as virtual appliances. The VidyoReplay VE (virtual edition) delivers all of the same features available in the appliance version of VidyoReplay but in a more flexible virtual appliance form factor. Like the appliance version, VidyoReplay VE can be clustered to scale recording capacity for any sized deployment. In addition to adding virtualization support for VidyoReplay, we have made updates recently to all of our VE products. This includes:
- VidyoGateway VE and VidyoReplay now automatically detect allocated resources and adjust capacity to fit. This allows you to manage your VM resources more efficiently and optimize your Vidyo deployment specific to your organization’s needs.
- Virtual editions of Vidyo infrastructure can now be run co-resident with other applications allowing you to utilize CPU resources even more efficiently.
- The resource allocation and reservation figures have been optimized on most products delivering more capacity per vCPU resource, which is particularly useful when your VMWare environment is limited to 8vCPU virtual machines.
Virtualization doesn’t stop with the data center. Organizations that have chosen to deploy VDI on the desktop no longer have to sacrifice video quality or forgo real-time collaboration in their VDI environment. In the summer of 2014, Vidyo also released VidyoDesktop VE, providing support for Citrix XenApp or XenDesktop. Check out our white paper on virtualization for more information on Vidyo’s virtualized infrastructure and desktop solutions, You can also get more details about the virtual editions from each of the product datasheets or admin guides.