Telecom Lead America: Applied Global Technologies (AGT),
a managed services and Unified Communications technology provider for
interactive and mobile video conferencing solutions, and Cartel Communications
Systems, Canada’s provider of industrial wireless communications
solutions have entered into a new partnership.
The partnership will provide the Canadian marketplace
with the highest level of interoperability between tablets, smartphones, laptops,
and High Definition video conferencing systems using AGT’s ENCORE UC
Video platform and FATHOM HD.
Following recent partnership agreements that strengthen
our presence in Europe and Asia, our agreement with Cartel extends our global
presence further with the ability to deliver mobile video technologies in
Canada,” said Bob Wood, executive vice president of global sales &
marketing at AGT.
Cartel announced that it will broaden its comprehensive
line of quality communications solutions with ENCORE and FATHOM HD.
ENCORE is a Unified Communications video platform that
integrates with existing Cisco and Polycom MCUs, and FATHOM HD is a
comprehensive IP video testing, certification and live call quality monitoring
tool in the market.
The company said that interoperability between tablets,
smartphones, laptops, and HD video conferencing systems is secured by the
inclusion of ENCORE’s Mobile Pathway Protocol.
The protocol is a universal standard developed by AGT
that leverages already open and secure standard web ports to enable
Furthermore, Cartel plans to add FATHOM
HD to its lineup. FATHOM HD stands alone as the most advanced HD
video testing and monitoring tool in the market.
Applied Global in pact with Yorktel to embed AGT mobile
video conferencing solutions
Recently, Applied Global Technologies (AGT) and Yorktel,
a video managed services provider, announced their alliance to enable Yorktel
to embed AGT’s mobile video conferencing solutions within its new and existing