Video Communications Is Vital Element of Vodafone's Corporate Collaboration Strategy
Vodafone , which is one of the largest mobile telecommunications companies in the world, has been using video communications and content delivery as a vital element for its internal collaboration strategy, according to a recent study by the Gartner Group.
This study, which is titled “Case Study: Vodafone Puts Video Communications at the Heart of its Corporate Collaboration Strategy,” has been written by analysts Scott Morrison and Mick MacComascaigh and was published on March 5.
The case study from Gartner, shows infrastructure and operations leaders on the method by which Vodafone integrated these video communication capabilities into a rich collaboration and communications solution. VBrick Systems’ fully integrated, end-to-end IP video streaming solutions, are used by Vodafone for optimizing communication across a huge network of 79,000 employees and numerous offices in 27 countries all around the world.
This Vodafone case study is available through VBrick at http://www.vbrick.com/campaigns/gartner_vodafone.asp
VBric has more than 6,000 corporate, education and government customers and around 60,000 installations around the world. VBrick solutions work on standard IP networks and the Internet, enabling the creation, publishing and distribution of rich media content. Their comprehensive streaming solutions are mainly used in a wide range of live and on-demand applications which include meeting and event broadcasts, employee video-sharing, distributed learning, digital signage, TV distribution and video surveillance. The company has its headquarters based in Wallingford, CT. For more information, visit www.vbrick.com
Vodafone Group is the world's largest mobile telecommunications company, having a significant presence in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and the United States through its subsidiary undertakings, joint ventures, associated undertakings and investments.