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Cloud-Based Communications is Exploding

Cloud-Based Communications is Exploding

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It has been exciting times at Vidyo over the past few months. On a technology level we launched VidyoCloud and Vidyo.io, with Forbes saying, “Video is hot again” and that through our cloud service “the risk and effort to video-enable apps has never been this low and the scalability has never been this high.” And  Read More

Vidyo Named IDC Front Runner for Video PaaS

Vidyo Named IDC Front Runner for Video PaaS

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Embedded Interactive Video Conferencing Market in the U.S. to Hit $1.7 Billion IDC released numbers this morning that show the U.S. market for Video Platform-as-a-Service (Video PaaS) will grow from $44 million in 2016 to $1.7 billion by 2020 as the market for embedded video communications explodes. “Vidyo has been selected by market leaders in  Read More

Creating Access and Financial Inclusion Through Video Banking

The benefits of video conferencing have been well documented, whether creating a more collaborative environment in the workplace or connecting a dispersed work force, an additional key benefit to high-quality, face-to-face communication is the access it provides to services, like healthcare and banking, to those in rural communities. Video banking is certainly seeing an uptick, as financial institutions continue  Read More

Workflow is King in the Realm of Telehealth

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A lot has changed in the telehealth landscape over the past 5 years. Technology has improved to grant greater access to patients well beyond the metaphorical hospital walls via consumer devices and public Internet. Patients have grown comfortable with video as the new audio through pervasive consumer offerings used in daily life. Policies have changed,  Read More

Vidyo Supports WebRTC Video Conferencing

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Read the full blog post The videoconferencing industry and the road toward WebRTC share some common ground. When using WebRTC beyond two-way, peer-to-peer calls, or in networks with significant quality problems, system architects are encountering the same design issues that the videoconferencing industry has been dealing with for a long time. It is not accidental  Read More