During the week of ATA 2012, Vidyo hosted our inaugural Healthcare Advisory Council meeting on May 2nd at our Executive Briefing Center in Redwood Shores, CA. Council members participated in a dynamic exchange of current use cases, future trends and best practices in healthcare using video conferencing solutions from Vidyo. A common theme emerged as … continue reading
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Everything is moving to mobile these days, and healthcare is no exception. Christopher Herot, co-founder and CEO of SBR Health, is a recognized business and technology leader who has spent years developing and evaluating video, mobile and real-time video communications solutions. In this one-on-one interview, Chris shares his thoughts and predictions on how mobile technology … continue reading
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 Selected by IBM as Only Video Conferencing Application Partner to Join PureSystems Global Rollout
Just last month, Vidyo announced the VidyoRouter™ Virtual Edition, and demonstrated this running on VMware at Enterprise Connect. Today, Vidyo is thrilled to make IBM’s list of business partners certified as ready for PureSystems. With this certification, we are excited to change the enterprise IT experience as we know it and welcome our customers to the next era of videoconferencing reliability and scalability with availability of VidyoRouter VE this summer.
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.
Vidyo Demonstrates HD Video Conference Connecting VidyoPanorama System to Kindle Fire and Other Mobile Devices
ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) 2012 is one of the largest professional AV and systems integration trade show ever held in Europe. Though the conference ends today (2/2), we’re happy to report that Vidyo’s demo – hosted by COMM-TEC — created big buzz, generating much interest among the many in attendance — manufacturers, distributors, integrators, and technology managers from over 100 countries worldwide.
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 Helps Haiti Medical Education Project Rebuild Haiti’s Healthcare System, Donates VidyoConferencing Solution to Help Train Local Doctors
How about an uplifting news story for a change? Here’s a short but important CNN video clip that aired over this past weekend. As we mark the second anniversary of the earthquake that demolished much of Haiti, many of international news reports have focused on the fact that there is still so much that needs to be done to help this ravaged country. But here is one very positive account of countries, universities, medical practitioners and Vidyo (!) coming together to ensure that Haiti’s own medical community is restored and able to thrive into the future.
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.
Dear Andrew, I read with great interest your coverage of Cisco’s future multipoint video architecture. I am not sure if it was intentional, but your title selection resonated well with us: we all know what happened to the Empire! We (in the rebellion camp) are happy to see the big players admitting one after the … continue reading
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