SANTA CLARA, CA--(Marketwire - Mar 28, 2013) -
- Scopia Desktop wins accolades as the industry's most mature, full-featured and robust desktop video conferencing solution
- Scopia Desktop outclasses competing solutions in functionality and quality
Radvision, an Avaya Company, today announced that Frost & Sullivan has named Scopia Desktop from Radvision as the recipient of its prestigious North American Product Leadership Award in the category of software-based desktop video conferencing. Scopia Desktop, which has been available to customers since 2007, is the industry's fullest featured and richest software-based desktop video conferencing solution.
Scopia Desktop extends advanced video conferencing capabilities to PC and Mac users for voice, video and data collaboration. It includes high definition (HD) video for both meeting participants and data collaboration and H.264 Scalable Video Coding (SVC) for error resiliency. Scopia Desktop is a simple and lightweight Web browser plug-in that is centrally managed, distributed and deployed without complex licensing fees or installation issues. Automatic firewall traversal allows anyone to participate regardless of location or device.
The recipient of the Frost & Sullivan Product Leadership Award is selected after rigorous analysis of the leading companies offering software-based desktop video conferencing solutions. It is awarded to the company that exhibits the best features and functionality, provides the most innovation, has a high degree of market acceptance, provides customer value enhancements and is a high-quality solution.
To download a copy of the Frost & Sullivan report on Scopia Desktop, please click here.
"Scopia Desktop is a mature technology that effectively combines innovative capabilities with reliability, security and ease of use. It takes the guesswork out of desktop video conferencing by enabling anyone to join a call from their laptop or PC. Unlike competing alternatives, Scopia doesn't require any pre-meeting arrangements that add unnecessary complexity or confusion, which has given me the opportunity to use the tool regularly when speaking with the teams at Avaya and Radvision. As both traditional and startup competitors continuously tinker with their desktop video solutions to get them right, Scopia Desktop consistently offers reliability, quality and functionality that are difficult to match."
-- Rob Arnold, Senior Industry Analyst, Unified Communications and Collaboration, Frost & Sullivan
"We're honored by this latest recognition from Frost & Sullivan. Scopia Desktop is a proven personal video conferencing solution that is used by hundreds of thousands of people around the globe today, thanks in large part to how easy it is to use, its rich features and its high reliability. Our model of an always-on virtual room combined with a freely distributable client enabling anywhere, anytime conferencing, including desktop and mobile, have helped us achieve this well-deserved recognition."
-- Bob Romano, Global Vice President of Marketing, Radvision
- Scopia Desktop Video Conferencing Overview
- Scopia Desktop Datasheet
- Wainhouse white paper: The Viability of Large-Scale Personal Video Conferencing Deployments
- TryScopia virtual room demo
Tags: Radvision, Scopia, videoconferencing, desktop video, mobile video, telepresence, unified communications, collaboration
About Radvision, an Avaya Company
Radvision, an Avaya company, is a leading provider of video conferencing and telepresence technologies over IP and wireless networks. Radvision teams with its channel and service provider partners to offer end-to-end visual communications that help businesses collaborate more efficiently. Radvision propels the unified communications evolution forward with unique technologies that harness the power of video, voice, and data over any network. Visit www.radvision.com, our blog, and follow us on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.
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