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WorldGate Readies Residential Video Phone


March 03, 2010

WorldGate, a 10-year-old company that got its start in the set-top box space, will soon release a second generation video phone.
 
The company will rely on OEM partners and the channel to bring the product to market.
 
The residential-focused product, which is being called WorldGate 4000 internally, will be differentiated in the marketplace based on its reasonable price (it will be offered to OEM partners for about $250), high service quality (video is in HD) and multiple functionality (it serves a digital picture frame when not in use as a communications unit).




Edited by Marisa Torrieri




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