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DVE Launches Camera Embedded Eye Contact Telepresence Display Powered By Microsoft® Skype® , Vidyo® , Google® Hangouts® , Zoom® , Cisco® , Polycom® and Blue Jeans®
IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Digital Video Enterprises, Inc. (DVE) announced today it has launched the DVE Huddle Room™ Eye Contact Display with multi-vendor soft client access and HD broadcast camera optics. End users today want to use their meeting rooms with many PC/Mac applications for video collaboration, but have been limited by less-than-optimal web cameras mounted on top of displays. The experience has been extremely poor with degraded images and a camera capturing people looking down and away with no eye contact. DVE, the world leader in a new generation of broadcast video collaboration systems, has now created an application-based broadcast solution retrofitted into the DVE Huddle Room™. The DVE Huddle Room™ is now installed in over 25 countries and is utilized by leaders of industry, education, and government. DVE's unique Eye Contact Display System connects to all desktop and room telepresence endpoints and also now produces augmented reality live calls to DVE's award winning holographic and transparent displays.
HANGZHOU, CHINA and HACKENSACK, N.J.- April 26, 2016 - Alibaba DingTalk, a business unit of the Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA), the world's largest online and mobile marketplace, selected Vidyo, Inc., a leader in video communication and collaboration, to bring embedded HD quality, click-to-connect multiparty video conferencing capabilities to DingTalk, Alibaba's free, cloud-based enterprise unified communication platform. Now generally available, DingTalk with Vidyo enables 100+ endpoints to join a conference in a user-friendly interface with HD content sharing and flexible display layouts.
First unveiled in January 2015 DingTalk is a powerful cloud-based UC platform that simplifies enterprise collaboration and communication for Chinese enterprises and teams. With more than 1.5 million enterprise companies using DingTalk on desktop and mobile today, Alibaba DingTalk needed tremendous scalability to address the platform's large and growing installed base of Chinese enterprises requesting face-to-face collaboration.
Vidyo, a company developing video-conferencing products, released a new version of its VidyoWeb client and Vidyo Server that support the WebRTC protocol. The technology can enable plugin-free video chatting in the browser with a single click. Vidyo also worked with Google to support the VP9 codec in WebRTC products in a way that scales the video to various bitrates and resolutions.