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VidyoRoom Revolutionizes the Way People Communicate in All Industries

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June 19, 2014

VidyoRoom Revolutionizes the Way People Communicate in All Industries

By Monica Gleberman
Contributing Writer

Video Conferencing has come a long way since it was first released on the market. In the beginning, the conferencing was done through a set of telecommunication technologies that allowed for a one on one conversation between two people that could be located anywhere in the world. It was a huge step in the business industry as both domestic and international companies were able to have face-to-face meetings.

As technology continued to advance, soon video conferencing became available and was designed as a way for multiple people to be included on a call rather than just have a one on one conversation.

Using these methods to communicate did have its downfalls. For starters, most companies had to have the same program installed to complete the video conference such as Skype (News - Alert) or another third party application. After downloading, both would be able to login and see one another. As more companies began using the conferencing method, more problems arose such as how to get everyone in the video and how to include more people on a call. So equipment had to be purchased such as large computer monitors or a large screen in conference rooms so all parties could take part in the call.

Well Vidyo, has come up with a solution called VidyoRoom, which creates a room to allow for an actual video meeting room with technology that allows people to be seen as far as 10 feet away. It comes with a software room system with a 4K-resolution support, which allows nine people to be on the same television screen to talk with one another at the same time. It’s also available in 720p or the latest HD on the market 1080p.

It gets better. The software works on everything from Windows, Linux, to MAC, but does come at a hefty price of up to $30,000 for the initial installation and technology. However, the company provides reliable performance, seamless integration, allows for global scalability, and provides quality collaboration for all companies who use it.

“With Vidyo (News - Alert) we are able to do many things a bedside physician can do, except physically touch a patient,” said Wendy Deibert, Vice President of Telehealth Services at Mercy. “We can see the entire room, from the drips to the ventilator panel, to how the patient looks. We can talk to the family, patient or nurses in the room.”

Healthcare, education, financial and legal, governmental, and enterprise professionals are currently using this service. To find out more click here.

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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