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February 09, 2011

Web Meeting Technologies Steal Spotlight for Innovation

By Tammy Wolf, TMCnet Copy Editor


Telepresence (News - Alert) and videoconferencing solutions have been robbing the spotlight lately, as new infrastructure solutions are constantly being introduced to the market.

Several top-name manufacturers of telepresence solutions, including Cisco, Polycom (News - Alert) and Radvision, recently received recognition for their products by the Telepresence and Videoconferencing Insight Newsletter. In the latest edition, 15 awards went to companies that qualified for the “Best Video Network Infrastucture Solutions of 2010,” while editor, Richard Line, offered up his analysis on the industry.

Among those listed in the newsletter included Cisco for its Telepresence Server 7010, TelePresence Video Communication Server, TelePresence Exchange System software, and TelePresence Director; Compunetix’s (News - Alert) line of EVERGREEN video multi-point control units; LifeSize’s Transit Server+ LifeSize Transit Client, Video Center, and Bridge 2200; Polycom and its video content platform and SharePoint Server Solution; RADVISION’s SCOPIA Elite MCU with SCOPIA v.7.6 and Mobile V2; Siemens’ (News - Alert) OpenScape Unified Communications 2011 suite; and lastly, the VideoCentric Video Firewall Traversal Server.

According to a press release, the Telepresence Solution awards were judged on “innovation, products that disrupt the market, affordable prices, and success in the market place.”

One small, but widely used and integral aspect of the telepresence market is the innovation of Web meeting technologies. A prevalent innovator in the Web meeting and Unified Communication industry as a whole, is Bradon Technologies, a company known for delivering advanced Web meeting tools and technology. By combining exceptional group VoIP quality with online collaboration software, Bradon has become a leader in online communications, especially Web meeting technology.

Bradon’s flagship product, SAVii5, offers real time software-as-a-service via the Web, which enables companies to host Web meetings and conferences with an unlimited number of users across the globe. Relying on VoIP, participants can be free of restraints that a traditional telephone call may inflict while using their computers, BlackBerry (News - Alert) devices or Windows Mobile smartphones.

Bradon Technologies, with a newly redesigned website that heavily focuses on the SAVii5 and brings the customer’s attention to the technologies behind the solution, may garner the spotlight in 2011.


Tammy Wolf is a TMCnet copy editor. Previously she was assistant to the editor at The Darien Times, a weekly newspaper in Darien, Conn., where she edited submissions, did page layout and design and helped manage the newspaper's website. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jaclyn Allard





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