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There's room for more than just Skype and Google in video conferencing
When Blue Jeans announced its $50 million Series D a month ago, it solidified to the world that the video conferencing sector was heating up. Turns out, there's room for more than just Skype and Google Hangouts on the market. Companies wanted a better option than hefty hardware from Cisco and Polycom, and they were willing to pay up to $99 a head per month for it.
Blue Jeans is a cloud based video conference calling startup. It's known for outrageous marketing maneuvers, like its Marissa Mayer shoutout billboard or its prank commercial for the fake Roominator product. From its company name to its unconventional ads, Blue Jeans is trying to inject a little life into the otherwise boring world of business video.
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