UberConference doesn’t want users to have to deal with the annoyance of entering a PIN number to enter a group call. Now paid users can live without it.
Every year, 100 billion minutes are spent on traditional audio-only teleconferences, while only 200 million minutes are used for video conferencing. Blue Jeans Network thinks it’s the company that can flip those numbers around.
Things aren’t looking great for Cisco’s consumer tech sector, where product orders dropped 15 percent in the most recent operating quarter compared to the same quarter a year ago.
Video-conferencing service Mingleverse announced today that it has raised $1.4 million in a seed funding round to help expand its social network version on Facebook.
Would you pay $600 (and an extra $25 a month) to have a video conferencing option for your living room television? Cisco, traditionally a supplier of enterprise video conferencing and networking hardware, is hoping you’ll say yes and pick up its newest toy.
Cisco’s Umi teleconferencing camera for home living room use and the Microsoft Kinect motion controller have more in common than you might think.
Cisco announced it is launching the newest addition to its video conferencing technology lineup today called Umi, a home video conferencing appliance designed for the typical consumer.