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Lighthouse Conferencing Introduces New Webcasting Service


March 31, 2010

Lighthouse Conferencinghas announced it enhanced its collaboration offering by launching a new Webcasting service in partnershipwith Hewlett Packard’s Media Solutions Group, a provider of broadcast meeting and collaboration solutions.

 This new offering adds new global broadcast webcasting capabilities to the Lighthouse suite of collaboration services and provides better value for Lighthouse customers.

 Lighthouse Conferencing provides intuitive and affordable audio, Web, video and event conferencing services for every type of meeting and event.

 Marc Gutman, chief meeting officer of Lighthouse Conferencing noted that HP Media Solutions is an expert in delivering this service by using it internally for their most important corporate communications – with up to 50,000 participants.

 Lighthouse is confident of HP’s service and won’t allow their customers to use any service they wouldn’t use themselves.

 “I can confidently say that the Webcast offering supported by HP Media Solutions is truly best-in-class,” said Gutman. “Our customers recognize the Hewlett Packard name as a worldwide leader in next generation communication services, and HP Media Solution's technologies will enhance our webcasting capabilities and expand Lighthouse’s event conferencing services to create an extremely rich and powerful messaging experience, at a competitive price for our customers.”

 A range of capabilities are included in the new offering from Lighthouse Conferencing such as distribution on the internet by HP Media Solutions, the ability to host thousands of participants, pre-event registration, robust pre & post-event reporting, multiple levels of in-meeting interactivity, and on-demand archives.


Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi




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