CoroWare Technologies Partners with Spae International Communications
CoroWare Technologies, a subsidiary of CoroWare, Inc., has signed a syndicated reseller agreement with Hawaii-based Spae International Communications, a premier global provider of personal telepresence and quality communication services.
Spae International Communications, beginning in July, started reselling CoroWare's HD video conferencing subscription service to its portfolio of video conferencing solutions.
The state of the art high definition video conferencing rooms equipped with the latest in scalable video technology is offered by Spae International Communications. By partnering with CoroWare, Spae International Communications can now offer a scalable HD videoconferencing subscription service that includes desktop and room-based video conferencing, and can connect with traditional video conferencing room systems such as Polycom, Cisco-Tandberg and Lifesize Communications.
"Our partnership with CoroWare helped us rapidly expand our range of video conferencing services," Sidney Higa, President of Spae International Communications, said.
"CoroWare's HD video conferencing subscription managed service is based on Vidyo's multipoint videoconferencing solution, and includes billing reports that allow syndicated resellers to deliver customized billing for their end-customers." By teaming up with SPAE International Communications, CoroWare can further grow its videoconferencing business in Hawaii and the Asia-Pacific region.
"We're excited to launch our syndicated reseller program with SPAE International Communications," Joshua Sherman, Business Unit Manager for Telepresence at CoroWare, said. "Spae International Communications' experience in videoconferencing and longtime relationships with government and higher education customers will help grow both companies' businesses."
Videoconferencing end-point revenues worldwide, according to recent research studies by Frost & Sullivan, are expected to achieve a compound annual growth rate of 16.5 per cent through 2015, while the videoconferencing infrastructure market worldwide is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.2 per cent through 2015.
In related news, CoroWare Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of CoroWare, Inc. has announced the availability of CoroWare NameTag, a software application that lets video conferencing users customize their webcam experience.
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Edited by Ed Silverstein