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Sify & Vidyo Launch Sify Videomeet Video Conferencing Solution

Sify Technologies Limited and Vidyo Inc., a New Jersey (US) headquartered video conferencing company, have announced the launch of Sify Videomeet, a Video Conferencing-as-a-Service for Enterprise and Businesses. The service is powered by Vidyo and allows users to initiate and experience high-definition (HD), multi-point video collaboration without dedicated networks. It works on multiple devices – mobile phones, tablets, desktops, laptops and room systems.

Sify claims that collaborators do not need any extra dedicated network to host video conferencing meetings eliminating the need for a Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) or any other video conferencing device at the premises of the customer. Sify provides a rental plan, usage based plan and video on demand. Videomeet also provides the ability to record the video and it also stores the video on the server, based on the plan the company subscribes to. The recorded video can also be shared with others with a URL.

Sify videomeet works on Windows/ MAC/ Linux/ Apple IOS/ Android and can connect multiple devices – Mobile phone (iPhone/ Android), tablets (iPads/ Android), laptops (Windows/ Mac/ Linux), desktops (Windows/ Mac/ Linux), dedicated room systems, and real telepresence systems. Sify also bundles a network plan to access and conduct Video collaboration across multiple offices. The network WAN provided is a private MPLS based VPN.


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