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Vidyo Wins Frost & Sullivan Telehealth Technology Award

Vidyo Wins Frost & Sullivan Telehealth Technology Award

Vidyo is excited to announce that it’s a recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s 2016 North American Video Telehealth Enabling Technology Leadership Award for the impact Vidyo’s technology has had on the telemedicine industry. It is an honor to be recognized by Frost & Sullivan for Vidyo’s hard work and dedication to the advancement of telemedicine. Our commitment  Read More

Talking Telemedicine: Bringing Behavioral Health Home

This month’s tragic shooting in Oregon has reignited the conversation around mental illness, how it is addressed and how it is treated. In the time since the event, media networks from CNN to HBO discussed the topic at length. One thing has become very clear, better access to treatment is crucial. Our healthcare system has  Read More

#VidyoToolbox: Refresh Before the End of July and Save!

Vidyo is offering an exciting new promotion to provide customers with the opportunity to upgrade their aging Vidyo server infrastructure and VidyoRoom™ systems. This provides an excellent opportunity for Vidyo customers with Vidyo hardware products that are near end of maintenance to update with future-proofed virtual edition server software or with  current generation Vidyo servers and  Read More

Vidyo Top VaaS Enabler as Ricoh Cloud Usage Surpasses 70 Million Minutes

Vidyo partner Ricoh, a global provider of Unified Communications (UC) services, is one of more than 50 service providers that use the VidyoWorksTM platform for visual enablement to support its Video as a Service (VaaS) solutions.  Market response to Ricoh’s UC solution has been extremely positive, with more than 70 million minutes of video conferencing in  Read More

VidyoWorks at CES: A Visual Collaboration Platform to Power The Internet of Things

In his keynote address at CES on Tuesday evening, Cisco’s CEO John Chambers envisioned a world in the not-too-distant future in which everyone and everything will be connected via the Internet.  That’s right, “everything.”  Garbage cans, parking spots, street lights, appliances, homes, businesses, hospitals, cars and entire connected cities.  Couple this vision with the key  Read More