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Motorola Xoom and HTC ThunderBolt Certified for Mirial ClearSea

April 26, 2011

Mirial, a provider of software-only personal video conferencing, announced that the Motorola Xoom and the HTC ThunderBolt are now among the catalog of certified products for Mirial ClearSea.

Mirial asserted that the smartphone and tablet markets are growing at a double-digit rate and almost every day a new device ideal for personal video conferencing hits the market. Moreover, each device is different and brings in new unique features. Part of Mirial's business model is being able to tweak its products in near real time in order to get the most out of every device.

Motorola Xoom features powerful dual core processor and runs on an Android 3.0 platform designed for tablets. The 10.1-inch HD widescreen display enables users to enjoy HD video in a thin, lightweight and powerful tablet. It also has a 2-megapixel front camera and 5-megapixel back.

The HTC ThunderBolt comes packed with LTE connectivity, a 4.3-inch touch screen packed in aluminum body and features a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 8MP camera with dual-LED flash, 720p video recording and 802.11n WiFi.

According to Mirial, the ClearSea is a comprehensive network appliance for professional desktop and mobile video conferencing. Built on over vast visual communication excellence, ClearSea provides a turn-key solution for enterprises and organizations in the education and healthcare markets. ClearSea is based on a Client/Server architecture, with the server component available both as physical appliance or Virtual Appliance (VMware based), and the client available for PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices.

The Xoom and the ThunderBolt are stated to be the latest addition to the list of certified devices for ClearSea, which already counts most of the Apple devices, including iPad 2 and several Android smart phones and tablets such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the Motorola Atrix 4G, the Dell Streak and many others.

Nathesh is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Nathesh's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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