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Unified Communications Company Avaya Relies on the Test Drive to Make the Sale
Avaya relies on its newly acquired Radvision systems to interest potential customers in videoconferencing. The unified communications company showcases the technologies’ capabilities on an international scale and demonstrates its functionality with the help of a Crestron control system and its control app.

LifeSize Upgrades Video Collaboration Features
The company has added the industry's first virtualized, software-based MCU.

Break through Boundaries with Cloud-Based Videoconferencing
Videoconferencing in the cloud solves interoperability and budget challenges. Whether you are using Cisco, LifeSize, Polycom or some other telepresence system with other systems such as Skype or GoogleTalk, operating videoconferencing in the cloud is now a viable alternative. Vidtel and Blue Jean Network are just two solutions available.

LifeSize Offers Product Integration with Microsoft Lync, Shows Unity Series at InfoComm
Microsoft Lync integration and units that are designed for desktop or small meeting rooms take a bow at InfoComm 2012.

Single-display Videoconferencing Makes for a Flexible Solution for Your Company
Smaller videoconferencing solutions are available for small to medium sized companies or larger companies looking to roll out many products. You don't need a huge telepresence system with three displays.

LifeSize Debuts Unity All-in-One HD Video Conferencing
The new solution combines telepresence-class video, audio and presentation capabilities.

Logitech Goes LifeSize with Video Conferencing Platform
The brand announced the LifeSize UVC Platform, which combines several products in one software interface.

CoroWare Announces CoroCall 3.0 Upgrade for Mobility Platforms
New support for iPad 2 and iPhone 4S is now part of CoroCall videoconferencing.

Mezzanine is a video conferencing solution for meeting rooms and collaboration spaces that links locations, teams, and content in a shared visual workspace.