Vidyo Enables HD Video Conferencing On New IPad Via 4G LTE

Posted: Mar 21 2012, 5:14am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Vidyo enables HD Video Conferencing on new iPad via 4G LTE

Vidyo First to Demonstrate Telepresence Quality Video Conferencing on New iPad with 3 Mega Pixel Data Collaboration. Watch video below.

Vidyo demonstrated today telepresence grade, low-latency, multipoint video conferencing with 3MP content sharing on Apple’s new iPad. The demonstration over a 4G LTE network connection expands access to high definition videoconferencing, showing participants joining a conference from a variety of endpoints. This is the latest in a succession of Vidyo industry firsts, which includes being the first company to demonstrate HD quality, low-latency videoconferencing on the iPad 2 and on the iPhone 4S over every day mobile, work and home networks. VidyoMobile is further enhanced by the latest iPad's new Retina display, delivering incomparable data sharing, enhancing the user experience on Apple's newly unveiled tablet. VidyoMobile for the new iPad is available via the Apple App Store. To see a video demo of VidyoMobile’s amazing quality on the new iPad now, click here.

With Vidyo's award-winning VidyoMobile solution, enterprise customers are able to offer high-quality videoconferencing access to their growing mobile workforce. As 4G LTE networks and devices become more widely used, Vidyo’s technology allows users to seamlessly join HD Vidyo conferences with superior quality from the new iPad, and participate in conferences with a wide variety of endpoints including other smartphones and tablets, laptops, desktops, telepresence and HD room systems. Connecting over 4G LTE networks means no longer having to be tied to a room to experience telepresence quality conferencing. VidyoMobile gives you true flexibility to universally connect from anywhere.

“VidyoMobile on the new iPad provides a highly compelling user experience for the enterprise video conferencing customer," said Ofer Shapiro, CEO and co-founder of Vidyo. "The 2047 x 1536 pixel display allows us to provide a level of HD videoconferencing resolution never before seen on a tablet device, including 3 mega pixel application sharing capability, allowing Vidyo to unlock and expand new applications and usage models. The next generation iPad has the potential to open new doors and ubiquitous video conferencing adoption among enterprise customers who will expect a level of reliability and quality which can only be delivered through Vidyo’s unique architecture. It becomes increasingly difficult to justify investment in expensive purpose built devices when you can get higher performance and better user experiences on devices that people already have and use in normal course of workflow."

The new iPad’s 3MP Retina display leverages VidyoMobile’s data sharing feature, offering greater detail in content collaboration for vertical market applications like healthcare, government, education and manufacturing. Several Vidyo customers already use content sharing to enhance collaboration, for example, schools conduct virtual learning sessions using iPads, geographically dispersed manufacturing organizations enhance productivity by collaborating globally, and construction companies sharing blue prints to expedite decision making on remote projects without requiring expensive travel.

Like all Vidyo endpoints, VidyoMobile can join conferences with more than 100 other participants, with the unique ability to pinch to zoom and individually select the participants would like to view.

Watch the Vidyo Mobile video conferencing via 4G LTE in a video below.

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