VidyoConferencing 3.0 lacks significant innovative features to enterprise CIOs.
First, enhanced usability for enterprises is said to be the backbone of the new version of Vidyo’s software-based video communications. But Vidyo could not quantify the enhanced usability.
Announced officially today, VidyoConferencing 3.0 offers two new room system form factors at market-disrupting price/performance levels with enhanced interactive content collaboration and integration with a variety of unified communications solutions.
The main features include: VidyoDesktop 3.0, VidyoWeb, Vidyo’s in-browser experience, VidyoRemote, a new remote control application for iOS and Android devices, a new Vidyo app for sharing and collaboration, plus Vidyo API integration with both AMX and Crestron room control solutions.
Ofer Shapiro, co-founder and CEO of Vidyo, said: “We have seen customer growth explode to an unprecedented level; one customer’s usage has peaked at 750 concurrent calls, another purchased a 1,000 rooms systems in a single deployment, and a third purchased capacity that will support 500 million minutes a year.”
Roopam Jain, principal analyst, Frost & Sullivan North America, said: “Its new form factor – a small room system, based on the Intel NUC solution –breaks down the barriers to adoption by offering a cost effective solution for small meeting rooms and their approach to a multi-screen telepresence room solution.”