Vidyo Wins 2012 North American Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Enhancement Award
Vidyo, a company that enables natural, HD multipoint video conferencing on tablets and smartphones, PCs and Macs, room systems and gateways, recently announced that it has been recognized by Frost & Sullivan with the 2012 North American Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Enhancement Award.
"The intimate use of video conferencing in healthcare delivery has created a distinct set of needs and revenue opportunities, which require a significant level of expertise and experience to produce value to the customer," says Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst Zachary Bujnoch. "Vidyo has displayed a superior, consistent effort to maintain and expand its value to the customer through both established and new applications of video conferencing in healthcare."
Vidyo has a complete telepresence solution portfolio for universal video conferencing from any end point over any network without requiring expensive network upgrades. Regardless of the business or application, Vidyo’s VidyoRouter architecture delivers low latency HD-quality multipoint video conferencing over ordinary data networks to any end-point. Vidyo offers solutions engineered for enterprise and service provider deployments, incorporating multiple types of endpoints to meet business and technical needs, as well as solutions specific to industries.
"Retail telehealth is a highly emergent space that is trying to provide healthcare services in the very consumer-driven retail market," elaborates Bujnoch. "Vidyo collaborates with Health Spot to provide a self-sufficient kiosk that can host a complete diagnostic consultation, including video conferencing with a physician in any retail environment."
Vidyo is now offering enhanced and higher quality HD video conferencing at affordable prices that are 10 times lesser than competitive offerings. Built over the third generation SVC software platform and leveraging the latest innovative technology, the Vidyo video conferencing platform works seamlessly over both legacy H.323 and SIP based endpoints and infrastructure and the new generation SVC endpoints, unified communications clients and voice only participants.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey