Vidyo started as a company licensing the SDK for its next generation video conferencing technology even before it brought its VidyoConferencing product line to market. For years, Vidyo has been supporting development teams to build our video conferencing architecture into their own unique solutions. So it should come as no surprise that Vidyo has evolved … continue reading
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In case you haven’t seen this morning’s headlines, Vidyo is continuing to disrupt the video conferencing market and just announced a new free cloud-based service: VidyoWay. Now anyone using Cisco, Polycom, Lifesize, other H.323 and SIP-based room systems, Microsoft Lync clients, mobile devices and telephones can easily connect with each other and/or with Vidyo endpoints.
Sify and Vidyo Partner: “Sify videomeet” Brings New-Generation Video Conferencing to Indian Enterprises
Sify Technologies Limited announced today the launch of Sify videomeet: This new service is powered by Vidyo and thus benefits from its unique architecture, enabling ubiquitous HD video conferencing from anywhere, any time, on any device and any network.
Today Vidyo announced a partnership with Philips – one that we believe has huge potential to uniquely satisfy a variety of needs in within Healthcare in general and telehealth in particular. Philips is integrating Vidyo’s market-shifting video conferencing solution into its various healthcare product lines using Vidyo’s Application Programming Interface (APIs) to embed video communication into its healthcare platform. The resulting solution is designed to improve quality of patient care while optimizing clinician workflows and reducing costs.
Vidyo’s Virtual Field Trip Connects California Middle Schoolers With Arizona State University Scientist and Researcher
Last November, we shared with you the story of the San Carlos Charter Learning Center (SCCLC) and showed how Vidyo’s platform for education provided 22 California middle-schoolers the opportunity to participate in a virtual field trip and spend an afternoon at a museum in Denver, 1,289 miles from their Bay Area classroom. Today, the San Carlos Charter Learning Center is taking their fifth and sixth-graders on another Vidyo-powered trip! This time the SCCLC is taking them to the Quentin Wheeler Laboratory at Arizona State University’s School of Life and Sciences.
Last night, Nicole Perlroth wrote an interesting piece about corporate security and video camera hacking issues. The article resonated throughout the web and rightfully so: security is – and should be – a major concern when it comes to corporate networks. Luckily, not all video conferencing platforms are created equal, the VidyoRouter provides a level of security superior to … continue reading
Vidyo was able to get multipoint video conferencing up and running on Amazon’s new Kindle Fire – and tonight at CES ShowStoppers we’ll be showcasing this as another proof point of how Vidyo has lead the way into a new generation video conferencing solutions. We’ll also be featuring the latest platform support for its VidyoMobile™ HD video conferencing software client: Android 4.0 ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ running on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus smart phone. The new Android mobile platform will be part of a live, multi-point, global video conference connecting an extensive variety of endpoints on iOS and Android mobile devices including Kindle Fire, plus desktops, laptops and room systems. ShowStoppers takes place tonight from 6 to 10pm in the Lafite Ballroom of the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas.
Rather than simply toss out your outdated hardware, Vidyo has created a program to help organizations trade up – in a way that makes financial sense – to a better system. For a limited time, organizations can receive a credit toward the purchase of a Vidyo solution when they trade in a legacy room system. The credit goes as high as $5000 for each room system that is replaced with Vidyo.
It’s easy to forget that one of the greatest discoveries of modern science began with a field trip. An inquisitive undergraduate at Cambridge University with a fascination for the natural world was given an opportunity to leave the classroom and set sail. This voyage from England to the shores of South America resulted in the theory of natural selection and catapulted the amateur naturalist, Charles Darwin, into the history books.
We can all recall participating in field trips of our own during our school years. Those bumpy rides at the back of museum-bound yellow buses may have helped us identify with Darwin’s bouts with seasickness, but our destination was most likely some place across town and not the exotic Galapagos. New technology, however, is helping resurrect the adventuresome spirit of Darwin, offering children access to learning opportunities not just around the block but around the globe.
Who was first? Others have called out Polycom for making this false claim. While Vidyo was both first to demo multipoint video conferencing on a mobile device (January 2010 in Paul Otellini’s CES keynote (provide link)) as well as deliver multi-party videoconferencing on a smartphone and tablet, the real issue for enterprise decision makers is not about who is first, but about who can deliver a complete solution. With the memory of Steve Jobs still in sharp focus, I’m reminded that it is not about a specific product, but about delivering for the user the most satisfying effortless experience.
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