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British Telecom Al Saudia launches cloud video service videoMe based on Videxio

October 9, 2012 | Telepresence Options
Lysaker, Norway, 8. October 2012 - Cloud video service provider Videxio is now expanding its reach to the Middle East.

Videxio provides video services through selective partnerships with the best collaboration and video partners in the world. We are proud to announce a partnership with British Telecom Al Saudia, a highly skilled system integrator that has provided multiple IT solutions including telepresence and video collaboration in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for more than 20 years.
Powered by Videxio, the portfolio of videoMe services has the ability to video-enable any organization within minutes using a range of endpoint subscriptions, personal video accounts, and virtual meeting rooms. The solution enables customers to offer maximum employee flexibility by turning a PC or a MAC into an HD video conferencing endpoint, or by enabling video on mobile devices such as the iPad. This allows customers to attend meetings with high quality audio and video from any place - over the internet.
The Videxio smart roaming feature ensures that any video device, software client or mobile device automatically connects to the nearest Point of Presence (PoP) to enjoy the lowest latency and best quality video experience enabling deployment throughout Saudi Arabia as well as internationally. The network is open and standards based, and all you need to connect to the service is a good local internet connection.
CEO and co-founder of Videxio Tom-Erik Lia says: "We can get any customer up and running within minutes - with no hassle and no upfront investments in expensive infrastructure. This is a true game changer for the video collaboration market as we have removed these barriers by simplifying what was once complex, and reduced the cost and investment needed for the customer. "

BTAS' announcement today adds an additional layer to its managed services portfolio, which is focused on expanding the use of video communications in the workplace. "Used in the correct way, video can dramatically impact the way your business, processes and people work," said Jason Best, Head of Operations. "Partnering with Videxio augments our strategy and helps customers extend the benefits of video communications throughout their organization and beyond."
"We believe that video is a game-changer for people and businesses, and we enable our partners to give their customers the best-in-class video experience from any device or platform through the Internet connection they already have." says Tom-Erik Lia, CEO and founder of Videxio.

About BTAS

BT Al Saudia (BTAS) is a joint venture between HRH Prince Abdulaziz bin Sattam bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud and BT Global Services.  They have been established in Saudi Arabia for over 20 years and now number nearly 200 employees all of whom are focused on network and computer solutions for their customers.
BTAS offers a unique spectrum of capabilities across the continuum of network solutions - combining the attributes of a highly skilled systems integrator with the reach and network utility of a global service provider including multiple IT solutions  and professional service offerings, providing customers with an extremely attractive suite of options as they build-out their collaboration, computer and network capabilities.

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