Welcome to the very first entry of our official “Vidyo Blog” – another milestone for a company that has amassed quite a number of milestones over the past 2+ years. Since we launched the company and our first products in January 2008, we have been recognized as market innovators by publications such as The Wall Street Journal and Business Week, received numerous awards such as Best of Interop (twice!), and have been cited as THE disruptive technology that is positively changing the way business, healthcare practitioners, schools, and others perceive and use videoconferencing to save time, money and extend the reach of critical collaboration and communication functions in their organizations.
There are a variety of reasons why Vidyo is regarded as the “next generation” of videoconferencing technology and products. No other videoconferencing products or technology has ever been able to achieve multiparty (not just a few … we’re talking 100+ participants), telepresence-quality videoconferencing using “non-QoS” networks. No other solution can offer such high quality and functionality as cost-effectively as we can. Simply put – our customers participate in affordable, business-class, multipoint HD videoconferences simply by connecting via the Internet on their laptops, desktops, net books and room systems – and soon … on their smartphones and tablets! WHEREVER you are – at home, hotel room, in the field, waiting at an airport … as long as you have an Internet connection you can quickly and easily be VidyoConferencing with your colleagues, customers or whomever.
If it sounds like we’re jazzed about videoconferencing – we are! In this blog, we hope to share our enthusiasm and our cumulative knowledge with you.
These inaugural postings, today, offer a small sampling of the types of items you’ll find in weeks to come. We will do our best to keep the Vidyo “hype” to a minimum and, rather, establish this blog as a valuable resource offering interesting and essential links, relevant information, and commentary by videoconferencing experts.
Of course, we welcome your feedback and will try to address all questions and comments. You can send those to firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course you can also learn more about us by using our web site: www.vidyodev.atre.net.
Thanks much for stopping by. We hope that you’ll visit the Vidyo blog on a regular basis for everything you should know about videoconferencing!