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Case study: How CERN scientists collaborate with Vidyo
The European Organisation for Nuclear Research - more commonly known as CERN - is located in Geneva in Switzerland but is globally renowned for its groundbreaking scientific work, be it creating the World Wide Web or seeking out the "God particle" with its Large Hadron Collider.
But, despite having such a famous central base, CERN is actually made up by over 20,000 scientists from 113 different countries based at 600 universities and institutions across the globe, all collaborating with each other on numerous projects.
As a result, communication is key to the organisation and CERN chose very early on to use video conferencing , ensuring its members could speak face to face whenever they needed.
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