Now that we’ve been able to catch our breaths after being blown away by the annual whirlwind that’s known as CES, we thought we’d share some of what we thought were the highlights for Vidyo during this truly amazing experience!
Posts Tagged "Videoconference"
Recently, the Internet has unleashed a fury of uses for both the consumer and the enterprise (e.g. communications, entertainment, collaboration, multimedia, and services like Google Maps, Netflix, etc.). In the midst of all this, a slew of smartphones (like Sprint EPIC 4G, Sprint HTC EVO 4G, Apple iPhone 4, etc.) and slate tablets (the Apple iPad, ExoPC Slate, etc.) have been released like hot cakes into markets. One company, Vidyo Inc., stands poised to harness the broadband infrastructure by offering high definition, low-latency, error resilient multi-point VoIP communications between conference room systems to desktop and mobile systems strung along the IP network. Intel and Vidyo have performed Video Conferencing over WiMAX demonstrations during the past several years.
Vidyo welcomes COMM-TEC GmbH, one of the largest distributors of communication technology in Europe, who recently became the latest in a growing number of important international distributors that are offering Vidyo’s full range of products.
Another video conferencing FIRST was announced today: The FIRST video conferencing service that lets business users engage in HD room and desktop video conferencing VIA THEIR SMART PHONES AND TABLETS. We’re talking about enterprise-grade, multi-party, TV-quality video conferencing on your smart phone or tablet!
Sometimes people use the expression “timing is everything” very loosely, but when it comes to real time video communication, this colloquialism rings true. It is both irritating and frustrating when you are trying to have a meaningful exchange with someone and you end up with pregnant pauses between the time that you say something and … continue reading
If your life is anything like mine, you may find yourself longing for a personal assistant. Someone who can off load mundane tasks that consume time but aren’t core to your daily objectives. Of course such a luxury is not in most of our household budgets, but what if your smart phone were truly smart enough to perform this role?
Today marked the beginning of the 2010 Intel Developer Forum (IDF) where Intel announced the new and improved features for its upcoming 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ processors.
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