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Cloud-Based Video Conferencing Makeover: Dimension Data
Dimension Data's Teliris acquisition bolsters its managed video conferencing services capabilities.
To complete my triad of blogs on recent activity in the hosted video conferencing services market, let's look at what Dimension Data had before its unexpected purchase of Teliris, what it gets with the acquisition, and what it all means.
What Dimension Data offered before:
Managed Service for Visual Communications, a suite of services launched in 2011 that includes managed (which DiData defines as enterprise-owned systems deployed on premises), private cloud (enterprise- or DiData-owned systems deployed in a DiData data center), and public cloud (DiData-owned systems deployed in a DiData data center) deployment models.
The video network operation center that underlies each of the services is based on technology that came with DiData's acquisition of mvision, and that has been enhanced over the years. The managed and private cloud deployment models are available worldwide, or at least in the many countries where Dimension Data does business. The public cloud service is available only in Europe and North America.
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