In what seems to be a trend these days, a company called FuzeBox introduced yet another video conferencing solution optimized for the new iPad. The new version, called Fuze HD, is currently available and supports the latest retina display included on Apple's (News - Alert) latest device, along with fast 4G connectivity.
The company, calling itself the leading real-time visual collaboration provider, announced the new app this week. The new version can be found in the AppStore for all to download, and features several new enhancements compared with previous versions.
Fuze HD is a business class application and the company claims it’s the first to support the new iPad's retina display, A5X chipset, 1080p camera, and 4G network connection. But the new version doesn't just take advantage of the latest device; it also provides an improved user interface, better content sharing capabilities, and multi-party video for up to 12 users at once, making it perfect for large meetings, whether the employees are all on site or at remote locations. On top of real time access, the app provides cloud-based content recording and playback capabilities, and telepresence interoperability.
Thanks to this new version, Fuze HD will allow users to download content up to 10 times faster, and upload twice as fast, initialize mobile VoIP four times as fast, reduce mobile latency by 50 percent, view higher image and video content, annotate documents instantly, and reconnect between various networks on WiFi (News - Alert), 3G and 4G.
Fuze was selected by Apple as a top app in 2011, and Fuze HD is the most feature rich app ever, according to company officials, and the only app to currently offer full interoperability with third-party telepresence systems such as Teliris, TANDBERG, Polycom and LifeSize (News - Alert) via mobile or desktop, 1080p recording in the cloud, 44.1Khz AEC stereo audio playback, and frame accurate synchronization.
FuzeBox is a global leader in real time visual communication tools and Fuze HD is its flagship product. It allows people and businesses to collaborate, communicate and share content across various devices. Fuze HD works both on mobile platforms and on the web, providing true interoperability. The company holds 66 patents in the field of telecommunication.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin