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MIVNET, LLC. Announced today they have officially started their internal beta of MIVNET Connect powered by SeeVogh, a cloud-based, HD, and multi-point videoconferencing and collaboration solution. MIVNET Connect runs on PCs (Windows, Mac & Linux) and will connect to legacy Telepresence equipment. Android and IOS support is scheduled for 1Q 2013.
MIVNET Connect provides a total software solution without the expense of client software, proprietary servers or special network infrastructure. Virtual meeting rooms are available "by the slice" with an all-inclusive 10 participant session available for less than a latte.
This revolutionary solution includes a very simple interface graced with the elegance of multiple video images applied to the surface of floating 3D tiles. This display accommodates dozens of simultaneous participants in a natural fluid environment, which provides additional screen real-estate for viewing and sharing digital content.
MIVNET is aggressively taking the lead to ensure that our subscribers are on the cutting edge of this market transformation and among the first to profit from a vital emerging opportunity.
MIVNET Connect includes H.323 and SIP bridging, which adds the functionality of a virtual Multipoint Control Unit (MCU). MCU's in traditional videoconferencing architecture allow multi-vendor, legacy, videoconferencing hardware to connect with one another via a central video hub device. With this added functionality MIVNET meeting providers can now enable PCs (Windows, Mac and Linux) and mobile devices to connect to one another and bridge to legacy hardware using H.323 and SIP protocols.
MIVNET's Connect desktop Share feature enables any user to share any document, picture or video-clip with other participants in a fluid video stream. This shared data can be viewed simultaneously with the live images of other participants. Additionally, any image can be detached from the window and enlarged for closer inspection. This is especially helpful when sharing detailed documents such as spreadsheets, schematics or small text documents.
MIVNET Connect is rich with features without a cluttered appearance. Available features include: private/public text chat, aparte discussions (aparte is French for a side discussions during a meeting), VU meters, meeting management and many more.
MIVNET Connect client will work hand-in-hand with the MIVNET.com website where MIVNET subscribers will access account, create virtual meeting rooms and open and close them for use with others. MIVNET scheduling coordinators who choose to participate will access the MIVNET Connect powered by SeeVogh account interface from their MIVNET account dashboard. Currently, each new user will receive 200 free credits for scheduling virtual meeting rooms. After the public beta users will purchase low cost inexpensive meeting building credits through an on-line credit card process. A meeting room is created and opened by the meeting moderator and only used once.
Currently, all meeting rooms are configured in a round-table arrangement where everyone has the ability to speak, share their desktops and send their video and audio to other participants. In the near future MIVNET Connect will add the ability for an audience to view-only round table meetings. Meeting moderators will be able to promote audience members to round table participants and conversely, demote participants to audience members. This meeting type facilitates a virtual venue that can model a classroom, an auditorium, a seminar, a webinar or a performance venue.
MIVNET Connect powered by SeeVogh has an aggressive product roadmap with a steady stream of meeting room enhancements planned through 2013.
MIVNET Connect is nothing less than the future of videoconferencing, made available today If you have any questions or would like to schedule a demonstration, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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