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The October 2012 Edition of the Telepresence Options Telegraph

October 9, 2012 | Telepresence Options

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October 2012 Edition


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In this October 2012 Edition of the Telepresence Options Telegraph :

  • ��� Polycom's Big Annoucement: A Shotgun Blast of Videoconferencing Advancements TPT_Preview_Oct12
  • ��� Smartphone Technology Acceptable for Remote Stroke Diagnoisis
  • ��� H.265 (HEVC) Gets the Vidyo Scalability Treatment
  • ��� NTT DoCoMo Hands-Free Videophone Prototype Replaces that Off-center Webcam Stare with Avatar
  • ��� Video-calling Options: Dialing H.323 SIP From Your Desktop
  • ��� BYOD and Mobile Videoconferencing: Hype and Reality
  • ��� Videoconferencing Users, Vendors, and Analysts Come Together at VCI-Group Conference - Oct 22nd-24
  • ��� Video Interoperability in Lync 2013
  • ��� Telepresence and Videoconferening Managed Service Provider G2J Joins Telepresence Options
  • ��� SightDeck: A Stealth Broadcast Studio in Your Meeting Room
  • ��� The Prototype: Biological Robotic Telepresence on the Big Screen
  • ��� Telepresence Options Seeking a Managing Editor

New Solution Snapshot: MASERGY's Business-to-Broadcast Exchange Connects Videoconferencing Endpoints to Television Networks at a Moment's Notice

Telepresence New Articles and Stories:

- Google Simulates Brain Networks To Recognize Speech And Images
- Video Encoding: Go for the Specialist or the Jack-of-All-Trades?
- Maximizing the Instructional Impact of Videoconferencing
- MIT Invented a Vest that Hugs You When You Get a Facebook Like
- ISPR News: Spread the word: ISPR 2012 "Presence Live" October 25-26 in Philadelphia
- New Software Uses Smartphone Camera For Spying
- High-tech Musical Duet Gets Cheers at Philly Event
- Watchitoo Launches Playground, A Video Conferencing Tool To Improve Business Communication
- In Communication With: Scott Wharton, CEO, Vidtel
- WebRTC Promises Enterprise Networking Boom
- Kickstarter: Helios, An iPhone Telepresence Rig On A Budget
- The First Robocop Could Be A Telepresence Robot
- Augmented-Reality 'Virtual Dressing Room' Patent Issued
- Camera-Equipped 'High Dynamic Range' Helmet Gives You Superhuman Vision
- Hands on with the InFocus Mondopad
- Virtual Reality Simulator NeuroTouch Helps Teach Surgery For Brain Cancer
- 1:1 with VCI-Group - Toni Alonso, Director / Conference Chairperson
- Suitable Technologies introduces Beam, the remote presence device (hands-on)
- Huawei Aims to Pass Cisco in Life-Size Video Conferencing
- Video Conferencing Could Save $5 Billion Annually
- Microsoft to Release Unified Communications Tool Lync 2013 for Windows 8, RT
- DARPA Combines Human Brains and 120-Megapixel Cameras to Create the Ultimate Military Threat Detection System


Telepresence Industry Press Releases:

- Polycom RealPresence Platform Delivers 3X HD Video Capacity Via Open Standards-Based SVC, and First Multi-Protocol, Integrated Software MCU for Industry-Standard Servers
- Polycom Announces Industry-Transforming, Breakthrough Solutions Designed to Accelerate Mass Adoption of Video Collaboration and Fuel New Growth Opportunities
- Polycom Announces Industry First: Extension to Polycom RealPresence Platform, New RealPresence CloudAXIS Suite, Lets Customers Extend Enterprise-Grade Video Collaboration to Users of Skype, Facebook, Google Talk, and Other Business Video Apps Via a Browser
- Polycom Announces Superior User Experiences Offered on Next-Generation Video Endpoints Including New Group Series, New Ultra-Slim VisualEdge Executive Desktop, and Polycom RealPresence Software for PCs and Mobile Devices
- Polycom Announces New Portfolio of Mid-Market Solutions that Make Feature-Rich Video Collaboration More Affordable and Easier to Use and Manage
- SYNNEX Corporation Continues Shift to Services With CONVERGESolv Secure Networking Service Offerings for LifeSize Video Conferencing Products
- Polycom Delivers Open Standards-Based Scalable Video Coding (SVC) Technology, Royalty-Free to Industry
- Transform Your Laptop or Desktop into a Triple-Monitor Platform and Drive More Applications, Copy-Protected Content, and Captivating Digital Signage
- Momentum Launches Unified Communications Messenger to Enhance Business Efficiencies
- Yorktel To Debut New Video Cloud Services At MSPWorld 2012
- Vidyo Contributes Scalability to HEVC (H.265)
- AEBN Introduces RealTouch Interactive - Live Physical Sex Over The Internet
- iPads and iPhones Now Supported by IOCOM's Video Conferencing Software, Visimeet Mobile
- Telefonica and Verizon Customers Can Now Meet Virtually Face-to-Face
- VC Rooms L.L.C. Launches its Cloud Video Conferencing Bridging & Gateway Services and Sign up with G2J US, Inc. to Deliver the Best Services to their Customers

  • ��� Telepresence People
  • ��� Telepresence Idustry Professionals (TIP) over 3,500+ members and now on XING in Europe!
  • ��� Telepresence Industry Jobs from the TIP Job Board
  • ��� Telepresence Industry Calendar
  • ��� On The Bench - A Breakdown of Industry Talent in the Market for their Next Opportunity
  • ����� and More!

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