Saturday, 22 July 2017

How video will change the face of global communications

By Michael Tessler, Broadsoft
Thursday 12 April 12

MNOs have a window of opportunity to ensure it is them, not OTT providers that become the video conferencing front runners.

Few businesses in the world remain unaware of the huge advantages video conferencing technology can afford them, as it is indisputably a technology that has the ability to save on a wide variety of costs, whilst also delivering time efficiencies and creating unity between colleagues all over the world. Yet video conferencing has remained in the early adopter stage in the enterprise market, hindered by the cost involved in delivering the high quality of service businesses demand, the lack of interoperability between service providers, insufficient bandwidth to support high definition video, and the issue of corporate network security when using over-the-top providers in an enterprise setting. However, demand for video conferencing has now reached a tipping point…

Few businesses in the world remain unaware of the huge advantages video conferencing technology can afford them, as it is indisputably a technology that has the ability to save on a wide variety of costs, whilst also delivering time efficiencies and creating unity between colleagues all over the world. Yet video conferencing has remained in the early adopter stage in the enterprise market, hindered by the cost involved in delivering the high quality of service businesses demand, the lack of interoperability between service providers, insufficient bandwidth to support high definition video, and the issue of corporate network security when using over-the-top providers in an enterprise setting. However, demand for video conferencing has now reached a tipping point…

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