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Ottawa's Magor to move videoconferencing to cloud
After several years of selling appliances, the company is about to launch a software-as-a-service videoconferencing platform called AerusAn Ottawa videoconferencing company is moving its solution to the cloud.
Magor�Corp. said this week that its peer-to-peer software architecture - until now sold as a Linux-based appliance -- will become an HD cloud service starting May 1.
Call Aerus, the service will allow connectivity to any VC infrastructure using video conferencing clients such as Skype, and WebRTC-enabled Chrome and Firefox Web browsers.
Pricing has yet to be announced.
The goal, said�Ken Davison, Magor's chief marketing officer, is to extend the small company's reach and options.
Three-year old Magor, whose chairman is entrepreneur�Terry Matthews, started trading on the Toronto Venture Exchange March 15.
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