Tata Communications Debuts Jamvee, Cloud-based Video Conferencing Service
Video conferencing has becoming increasingly popular amongst organizations as a way to increase productivity and also cut on costs related to traveling.
Jamvee, a multidevice compatible cloud-based video conferencing service released recently from Tata Communications, is yet another option for users to take part in a video meeting from any location via a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone or a dedicated telepresence room.
Officials at Tata Communications (News - Alert) say that the new cloud-based video conferencing service is different from any other video conferencing service in the market, as it is backed with furthest-reaching undersea cable network that ensures constant global access and reliability for users at office, home, or on the move.
John Hayduk, Tata Communications, president and CTO, says, “Lack of interoperability, consistency of experience per location, complicated price plans and the need for third-party reservations have stood in the way of truly global enterprise collaboration. Jamvee™ overcomes these barriers by making video conferences easy and on-demand, while seamlessly bringing together all video platforms, room systems and endpoints in a simple, as-you-need it and elastic pre-packaged service. It’s so easy to use, instant and affordable. It’s what enterprises have been asking for.”
The Jamvee software application also makes provisions for Windows, Mac OSX and iOS devices and the company plans to introduce this service for Android (News - Alert). Users of Microsoft Lync and other video conferencing software, as well as those with access to standard video conferencing systems such as Immersive Telepresence (News - Alert), can also meet using Jamvee.
Jamvee currently allows up to 46 participants to the join conference and just with a touch of a button, users spread across in different places can get together on a global conference. Apart from this, Jamvee also runs a self-service portal for the professional user demanding a personal video service. Users just have to use their credit card to purchase minutes and further utilize this service.
“Jamvee is an excellent tool to conduct productive and collaborative video meetings with clients who are based at multiple locations across continents. The ease of using video services on the move and on any device or platform, makes Jamvee highly preferred by global users,” says Mandar Marulkar, head of IT, KPIT Cummins.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey