Magor’s mission is, and has always been to inspire users to interact with video in new ways to create improved modes for productivity.
Bringing this goal to life called for a different architectural approach that removes the limitations of traditional single-workflow video conferencing systems – one with the flexibility to adapt to different workflows as users move from one task to another.
The development of a completely new user-centric platform has provided us the freedom to rethink traditional strategies for scalability, interoperability, security and information sharing– resulting in significant technical benefits for deployment and support.
Aerus is a natural evolution of our platform to the cloud in delivering video interactions to the enterprise as a service, with all the capabilities necessary to fulfill
the promise of new modes for productivity at lower cost.
The Aerus SDP uses a two layered approach for service delivery: With a two-layer service model for the delivery of high-quality video interactions for any workflow, the Aerus Service offers users the flexibility to choose their own service profile according to how Aerus will be used.
The Aerus OnRamp is the service layer that provides organization-wide access to the complete Aerus experience, providing users access to high-quality video interactions for any workflow and robust interoperability with traditional video conferencing solutions as well as WebRTC-enabled browsers.
The Aerus OnDemand service layer extends the Aerus OnRamp service by providing access to additional services accessible via integration or via APIs to support specific workflows.