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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

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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

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Zoom, Google Meet, Skype and many more video conferencing apps and companies

NOTE: I checked the links on 3/31/2020 during the coronavirus / Covid-19 pandemic. They all work! 🙂 Cloud-based video conferencing is a great way for small to medium sized businesses to get involved with multi-point video conferencing. These businesses do not need to purchase expensive infrastructure components, nor do they need the support personnel needed to run that infrastructure.  Simply sign up

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Evaluating Cloud Based Video Conferencing: VidTel

(reliable, high quality, virtual meetings) – Scroll down for the YouTube video of a VidTel meeting… A few blogs ago (on TelBitConsulting.com) I proposed how I would evaluate the cloud based video conferencing services that are becoming so popular…here is a summary of what I am looking for: A cloud-based video conferencing service provides an easy-to-use, dial-in, ad-hoc, virtual meeting

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VidTel: A Cloud Based Video Conferencing Service

For those who read this blog, you know one thing:  I love cloud-based video conferencing. But why? Well…..I was sitting back the other day pondering life when it hit me (yeah, I am slow).  I proposed, then designed, the ESnet H.323 architecture starting in 1999, then ultimately put it into production in January 2004:   The ESnet Collaboration Architecture was

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