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SIP/H.323 Video Conferencing on iPhone 3GS and iPad

February 3, 2011 | Kendal Kirby
SIP:H.323_Video_Conferencing_iPhone_3GS_iPad.jpgMilan, February 2, 2011 - After the recent launch of ClearSea Client for iPhone and iPod touch 4th generation Mirial announced today that iPhone 3GS and iPad have been added to the list of certified devices for Mirial ClearSea.

iphone_4_mirial.jpgClearSea is the first professional video conferencing software including a client for iOS devices that enables organization to connect every Pc, Mac, Android or iOS device and any standards-based H.323/SIP equipment. It allows to integrate traditional room based video communication systems or to deploy a new HD desktop and mobile solution without the need to invest in expensive infrastructure.

"We are pleased to add iPhone 3GS and iPad to the list of certified devices" said Cristoforo Mione, VP Marketing at Mirial. "We understand the obvious limitations due to the absence of a front camera but we still want to enable the highest number of users to take advantage of personal video communication".
 
ClearSea for iOS devices is available today. For further information and a free demo visit www.mirial.com.
 
About Mirial
Mirial is one of the world's premier providers of cutting-edge products for audio and video communication over convergent networks, and a pioneer in software-only desktop video conferencing since 1999. The company portfolio includes a comprehensive set of products enabling hosted interactive audio/video services on IP networks and professional SD and HD desktop and mobile video conferencing.
 
Mirial products and solutions are available at the company's sales representatives and resellers worldwide.

For further information: www.mirial.com 





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