AGT announced PerfectMeetings Video for enterprise


Applied
Global Technologies (AGT) announced the launch of PerfectMeetings Video for
enterprise and government workers, to facilitate video conferencing between
Windows desktop users and Apple iOS devices such as iPad and iPhone, and
extending into standards-based HD systems from Cisco and Polycom.


Anyone
interested in video conferencing can immediately experience 2-way interactive
cloud based video conferencing via the free PerfectMeetings Mobile App
available at iTunes.


Video
conferencing adoption has been slowed by both the exclusion of certain
endpoints and cost to deploy hardware,” said Mike Valletutti, CEO. Our cloud
based service manages interoperability issues and requires no upfront capital
for a true HD-to-mobile video service.”


PerfectMeetings
Video is available as a free service for 2-way video meetings, allowing
business users to conduct a desktop video conference with family at home on
iPad, as an example.


Professional
organizations can purchase secure cloud-based meetings rooms that can host
expanded 4-way and 9-way meetings. The cloud meeting rooms include storage for
presentations, recording and streaming of meetings, and live desktop sharing.


PerfectMeetings
bridges the gap between Apple Mobile devices and Microsoft Windows PCs,
allowing teams of people to meet and productively collaborate without device or
network limitations.


AGT’s
cloud offering also includes proprietary tunnelling technology which allows
users behind corporate or government firewalls to connect without internal IT
effort. Typical cloud services only enable internet-connected users and
typically exclude participants connecting from inside their corporate firewall.


Conventional
approaches require the installation of costly specialized hardware at every
site to allow this level of interoperability, while other desktop video
services such as Skype are typically restricted,” said Ben Atha, CTO.


PerfectMeetings
Video supports secure SSL for desktop and H.235 for professional video room systems.
The PerfectMeetings desktop client does not require a client install.


The
PerfectMeetings Video cloud service is based on AGT’s ENCORE UC Video platform,
which has been adopted by F1000 and Government as a gateway to mobile devices
and handhelds from traditional video conference rooms.


ENCORE’s
design follows the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) architecture, and is hosted by
AGT’s Client Care outside Atlanta, Georgia. Unlike other desktop video services
that are do-it-yourself, PerfectMeetings Video includes on-line chat and 800#
support.


By
Telecomlead.com Team
[email protected]

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