Tely Labs has some news to share, with a new business video conferencing system. The telyHD Business Edition (BE) brings high-quality, multi-party video calling, along with many other features, to businesses at a price affordable no matter what their size.
This new video conferencing solution is backed by Comcast (News - Alert) Ventures and Rogers Venture Partners, and aimed at addressing the market demand for video conferencing solutions both rich in features and affordable by SMBs. It’s built on the Android (News - Alert) platform, and uses the Virtual MCU Mesh (VNM) technology from Tely Labs. As a result, it provides the advanced capabilities and quality of an enterprise solution, while remaining within the price range of SMBs, with ease of use, simple setup, and minimal operating costs.
With the telyHD Business Edition, users have access to multi-party video calling, desktop sharing, and document collaboration. It can connect up to six offices at once in a multi-party video call, while at the same time sharing desktops and collaborating on documents. All this comes at a cost of around $500 per location.
"Our goal is to bring full featured, high quality video conferencing to small and medium business users that have been priced out of the market and not able to benefit from its many business advantages," says Tely Labs CEO, Sreekanth Ravi. "Offering more than an amazing price, telyHD BE maximizes the power and expandability of the Android platform and utilizes our proprietary VMM technology to deliver a high quality video and audio experience."
Affordable video conferencing and collaboration solutions are always in demand, and Tely is supplying one that’s more than good. It’s affordable, easy to set up, and provides a nice array of capabilities to make communication and collaboration easy and convenient. With backing from Comcast and Rogers Venture Partners, it’s a good bet for those who want a video conferencing solution but can’t afford to spend as much as enterprises do.
Edited by Rich Steeves
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