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Monday, May 27th, 2019

video conferencing

SoftBank partners with Polycom to launch infrastructure-based cloud video conferencing service

ZTE introduces LoRa-based smart meters

Japanese telecommunications firm SoftBank Corp. has launched PrimeMeeting,  a new cloud video conferencing service, which will utilise Polycom RealPresence Clariti  infrastructure software.

Avaya's latest conferencing capabilities allow video everywhere, across more devices


Avaya has announced new Team Engagement Solutions, making it easier to extend high quality video to more employees and more devices in nearly any location.

Video conferencing expected to be preferred business communications tool in 2016


Analyst research shows that video conferencing is making huge strides in growth across Asia.

Avaya integrates CX tools with Oracle Service Cloud

Businesses seeking to create better products and improve customer experience can now collect, streamline and organize customer information that can be fed back into the business and used across sales, marketing, product development and management as well as service.

Strong demand for cloud-based video conferencing in Asia

An increasing number of companies are placing value in cloud-based video conferencing for increasing business efficiency, according to Arkadin, a collaboration service provider. The company has announced that global sales for its video conferencing solutions have increased 86%  y-o-y in 2012.

Growing use of video conferencing as an enterprise productivity tool: Survey

Video conferencing is evolving rapidly – how it’s used, where it’s used, by whom and for what – and its use as an enterprise productivity tool is also growing rapidly, says a new survey of almost 5,000 enterprise video end-users around the world, fielded by Wainhouse Research and Polycom, Inc.

Cisco virtual desktop users to get access to Jabber HD voice and video

Users of Cisco's virtual desktop system will soon be able to engage in voice and video communications with their colleagues using the Jabber instant messaging tool.

Previously, Cisco virtual desktop users could tap into Jabber's IM text communications and presence capabilities, but a newly developed software component will make it possible for them to also do high definition voice calls and video conferencing.

Intercall debuts Blue Jeans cloud-based video conferencing

InterCall, a conferencing and collaboration services provider, has made available the cloud-based Blue Jeans video conferencing service in Asia Pacific, supplementing its portfolio of audio and web conferencing solutions.

Unified communications to enhance teaching at Singapore Polytechnic

Singapore Polytechnic (SP) is implementing unified communications (UC) to enhance the teaching, learning and working experience for academia, students and staff. 

To be rolled out progressively in early 2013, the platform will be the first-of-its-kind, integrated technological capability deployed for education in the local Institutes of Higher Learning sector.

Polycom's new business phone integrates seamlessly with UC apps

Polycom, Inc. has unveiled a next-generation business media phone that delivers the familiar tap-and-swipe usability of smart phones and tablets to the desktop, while offering advanced UC&C features and a new optional video camera that accelerates the speed of business and enables face-to-face collaboration via video conferencing