Vidyo and Stampede Introduce Drone Based Video Conferencing

OK, this video is COOL!   I was the Chief Technical Office for the TeleCon conference many years ago….these videos gave me MAJOR nostalgia.  Makes me want to get back in there and do it!  🙂 —- — Here is the Press Release: Stampede and Vidyo Introduce Drone Based Video Conferencing Solution at InfoComm 2015  InfoComm – Orlando, Fla , Jun 18, 2015 – Demonstrating … Continue reading Vidyo and Stampede Introduce Drone Based Video Conferencing

Netflix Uses BlueJeans Cloud-Based Videoconferencing

Figured I’d jump back, at least a little bit, into the technology I helped pioneer….desktop video conferencing and cloud-based videoconferencing.  (VC vendors with a story to tell….send me your stuff!) BlueJeans is a cloud-based provider of multipoint videoconferencing services.  I have looked at BlueJeans here, in older blogs, but, I thought you might be interested (and I am interested as well) to see how video … Continue reading Netflix Uses BlueJeans Cloud-Based Videoconferencing

Blue Jeans announces bi-directional HD desktop sharing for Microsoft Lync users

I love cloud-based multipoint videoconferencing, but, you already know that. Here is a SCOOP from Blue Jeans Network that I just got permission to post. I was told that Blue Jeans has been interoperating Skype and Lync since 2011 (even though the press release says 2012). No surprise there.  Blue Jeans has been pushing the state-of-the-art in cloud based videoconferencing almost as long as I … Continue reading Blue Jeans announces bi-directional HD desktop sharing for Microsoft Lync users

WebRTC Video Conferencing Test via Vidtel

– – Got an email from Vidtel a few weeks ago announcing the ability to connect to Vidtel video conferencing using WebRTC on my Chrome browser. I did a really quick test since I think this technology is awesome and will move video conferencing one step closer to ubiquity. What I Did Since my first review of Vidtel, they have left a room on their … Continue reading WebRTC Video Conferencing Test via Vidtel

Google Chat on Motorola Atrix Smartphone

In the process of evaluating the ZTE ZXV10 T700 (I will post the entire product review by weeks end…I hope), I went ahead and made a three way video conferencing call using  our friends at cloud-based video conferencing service provider Vidtel. The picture above shows a Google Chat connection via my Toshiba Laptop computer (middle), the ZTE using H.323 (top), and my Motorola Atrix smartphone again … Continue reading Google Chat on Motorola Atrix Smartphone