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Computacenter extends its Telepresence reach by joining Tata Communications' Global Meeting Exchange

April 7, 2011 | Howard Lichtman
via IIFL

Computacenter has joined the Tata Communications' Global Meeting Exchange (GMX). Through the GMX, Computacenter's existing ten Telepresence facilities (located in Berlin, Birmingham, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hatfield, Kerpen, London, Munich, Ratingen and Reading) can now connect to Tata Communications' growing global network of public Telepresence rooms as well as to other service provider networks connecting to the exchange. This extended ecosystem moves Computacenter's Telepresence from a private intra-company experience to a global collaboration tool for customers, employees and partners.

The Tata Communications' GMX enables meetings to take place between any private or public room on its network, as well as rooms on the networks of Tata Communications' Intercarrier-Exchange partners, BT and Telefonica, and the National LambdaRail network, which links leading US universities. Tata Communications currently has the largest global network of public Telepresence rooms and is present in 30 major cities across five continents, with its 33 rooms spanning 17 countries.

The extended reach of this high definition, immersive video collaboration tool will enable Computacenter's executives to connect virtually with each other, as though they are in the same room, together regardless of network or service provider. This creates the potential to improve all sorts of business interaction through better and more frequent meetings, resulting in stronger customer relationships and accelerated sales cycles, better project management and tighter integration of remote offices.

The company made this announcement during the trading hours today, 07 April 2011.





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