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February 15, 2011
Virtual Netcomm to Distribute RADVISION's SCOPIA Solutions throughout India
By Nathesh, TMCnet Contributor
RADVISION, a technology and end-to-end solution provider for unified visual communications, has announced that it has selected Virtual Netcomm to distribute its RADVISION’s SCOPIA line of videoconferencing solutions throughout India.
RADVISION claimed that its SCOPIA Unified Communications (News - Alert) offering is the industry’s most comprehensive, robust video platform that delivers the scalability and seamless device support for enterprises that need to leverage and protect current standards-based conferencing investments.
Virtual Netcomm asserted its excitement about its partnership with RADVISION. The company added that video conferencing solutions are definitely the next big wave of change and with RADVISION offering the broadest and most complete set of video conferencing solutions, the company is confident that its customers will benefit from the increased range of products and solutions it offers while creating increased market opportunities for channel partners.
“We are very pleased that Virtual Netcomm has joined forces with us in offering the SCOPIA line of video conferencing solutions,” said Eitan Livne, general manager of RADVISION Asia Pacific. “This distribution agreement further broadens our channel footprint in India as Virtual Netcomm reaches out to our SMB and enterprise customers in this region.”
RADVISION claimed that it understands the needs of enterprises who are demanding a solution that will support and protect their current investment in standards based conferencing solutions while giving them the flexibility to adopt these emerging conferencing solutions – the videoconferencing solutions it offers are capable of catering to those demands. The SCOPIA Conferencing Platform allows users to create and initiate multiparty audio and video conference directly from within UC applications and extend those conferences to devices such as standards-based video conferencing systems, 3G videophones or virtually any telephone available today.
Nathesh is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Nathesh's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Jennifer Russell