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Vidyo, Inc. has been honored by Frost & Sullivan, being named the winner of its 2013 "Video Conferencing Technology Leadership Award." Thanks to its performance in several criteria, Vidyo has proven itself as a leader in the video conferencing market, and for good reason.
Collaboration solutions from Tata Communications, such as Global Meeting Exchange, allow users to arrange video conference calls very easily. The company provides flexible configurations at reduced costs to make video conferencing affordable and simple.
BT announced on Monday it has appointed a new CEO for their BT Conferencing division, Howard Dickel.
Dickel has been promoted in-company, as he's been with BT for six years, working most recently as client partner for the company's London 2012 Deliver Program at the Olympics.
Siemens has reportedly sent scores of executives to Dubai in an effort to restart the unified communications strategy in the Middle East region, and enhance the market share for its UC products.
The company explained that its executives will be involved in 'seeing is believing' sessions as part of its new marketing strategy to showcase the new and emerging business norm - Bring Your Own Device (BOYD).
LoopUp announced today that it has partnered with LIME, an iconic communications company in the Caribbean, to provide LoopUp conferencing to 14 countries that comprise the region. The service will be rebranded as LIME Conferencing as part of a managed service agreement.
Magor Communications will launch its new Stratus Partner Program starting today in the Netherlands. The program will enable Magor channel partners to sell its cloud-based video conferencing solution to their clients.