IOCOM Releases Visimeet Statistics

I love stats!

When I was at ESnet (http://www.ecs.es.net) I built Perl programs to sift thru the Gatekeeper stats to give me almost any bit of interesting usage information I could calculate.

Until today, my stats were the only video conferencing industry stats I had ever seen.

The press release I got today from IOCOM changed all that!  🙂

Being greedy, I asked for more detail (I will post here if I get more..), but, I also held back as I could have asked for MUCH more.  🙂

Summary:  Video conferencing usage on Visimeet is increasing by leaps and bounds…here is the press release.

NOTE TO OTHER CLOUD BASED VIDEO CONFERENCING PROVIDERS:  Release your stats, I will post!!  🙂

Chicago, IL, October 4, 2012: IOCOM, a leading provider of universal video conferencing solutions, today announced a significant growth in customer usage of their software-based collaboration platform, Visimeet. Over the last year, several of IOCOM’s most active customers held over 200,000 meetings covering more than 500,000 hours or 30 million minutes. The majority of these meetings are held between at least two different endpoints (telepresence suites, PC desktops, Linux laptops, iPads, etc.).

“Many of our customers work across multiple locations and need a reliable collaboration solution that allows them to accomplish their business goals without having to spend resources on travel. We’re glad that Visimeet is that solution,” said Gary Refka, Vice President of Operations and Customer Support for IOCOM. “The numbers clearly show the value Visimeet brings to our clients, who have, at most, only one person across the entire organization dedicated to supporting the system, only further emphasizing its ease of use and reliability.”

IOCOM notes that customers most often take advantage of data sharing functionality during collaboration sessions in which users can share data, in real time and its native resolution. Other features include instant messaging, file transfer, independent camera and audio control, and desktop sharing.

“Providing our customers with the best possible tools to enhance their productivity is our number one priority, and with Visimeet’s interoperability across Mac, PC, Linux, iOS, and Android devices, more and more organizations are turning to IOCOM to fill their video conferencing needs,” said Tim Hackett, IOCOM CEO. “The bring your own device (‘BYOD’) trend is thriving in many corporations today and we are pleased to have compatible collaborative solutions”.

Visimeet is a software-based solution that keeps people connected through video, audio, and data conferencing and gives users the ability to transfer files and share and view data in real time. Its solutions can connect with different endpoints simultaneously, including room systems, desktop PCs, notebooks, and mobile devices as well as telephone, ISDN, SIP, and H.323 connections. IOCOM focuses on delivering high performance solutions that provide superior quality audio and video without the cost and complexity of proprietary systems.

Users can sign up for a free Visimeet account by visiting http://try.iocom.com/.

About IOCOM

Founded in 1998, IOCOM develops, markets, and supports enterprise video conferencing and collaboration software and solutions that enable multi-point communication for business processes. IOCOM delivers innovative on-premise and cloud-based solutions that enable multiple groups or individuals to instantly collaborate anytime and anywhere over their chosen medium. IOCOM is the first collaboration software company to integrate high performance multiple data and video windows with high performance audio. To learn more, visit www.iocom.com.

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Contact

Tim Hall
IOCOM
312.786.9169 x115
thall@iocom.com

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