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Fuze Box Releases Ultimate Mobile Conferencing Platform, Fuze Meeting

November 15, 2010

As a leading platform provider of real time visual collaboration applications, Fuze Box launched the ultimate mobile collaboration platform, Fuze Meeting, which transforms the Android tablet into a virtual conference room. This innovative platform is readily available for download from the Android Market, thereby providing eager enterprise customers with the Web conferencing app. By early 2011, the Android tablet will be able to host online meetings using the unique platform.

Recently in September, Fuze Box had launched Fuze Meeting for iPad that allowed iPad users to host and moderate meeting directly using the device. Currently, Fuze Meeting for Android Tablets supports iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android phone, PC and Mac. The attendee-only Android tablet and phones app includes features that enable users to participate in meeting via their tablet without using their phone. VoIP capability is included that solves persistent CDMA voice and data streaming limitations.

Also, Fuze Meeting app allows sharing of real-time desktop from an Android device. This allows watching and listening to high-quality video and audio with the ability to start, stop and pause with the same level of functionality as real-time meetings. Also once the Android attendee is designated as a presenter, sharing video or image file becomes easy enabling direct upload to the user’s device.

In a press release, Jeff Cavins, CEO of Fuze Box, said, “We live and work in a mobile economy and our productivity should not be limited to the four walls of a conference room. Now, members of a sales team on Android tablets, a prospect on an iPad, and a colleague on an iPhone can meet simultaneously and collaborate with unmatched productivity.” Fuze Meeting has been optimized for the Samsung Galaxy device, and will continue to optimize resolution for additional display screens as and when released.

Fuze Box suite of applications include Fuze Meeting, Fuze Messenger, Fuze Movie and Tweetshare, thus allowing people to communicate, collaborate and share content irrespective of the users’ device or location. As a mobile and web-based collaboration service, Fuze Meeting includes features such as integrated audio conferencing, high- definition and synchronized video and image sharing.

Carolyn John is a Contributor to unified communications. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.

Edited by Jaclyn Allard

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