Company Overview of Vidyo, Inc.
Vidyo, Inc. provides telepresence solutions for video conferencing worldwide. Its VidyoConferencing Portfolio comprises VidyoRouter that delivers HD multipoint conferencing via video routing; VidyoPortal, a Web-based and multi-tenant application that enables administrators to centrally configure, manage, and scale the VidyoConferencing system, including endpoints, infrastructure, and licenses; VidyoReplay, a video conference recording and Webcasting solution; and VidyoGateway, a video conferencing interoperability solution. The company’s VidyoConferencing Portfolio also includes VidyoPanorama, a telepresence solution that enables companies to empower their employees to work from anywhere the...
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Hackensack, NJ 07601
Founded in 2005
Key Executives for Vidyo, Inc.
Co-Founder and Chief Scientist
Senior Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
Vidyo, Inc. Key Developments
Vidyo, Inc. and Internet2 Partner to Offer Video Conferencing Service to All Internet2 University Members and Thousands of U.S. K-12 Public Schools
Apr 18 13
Vidyo, Inc. and Internet2 announced a low-cost, subscription-based video communications offering for all Internet2 university members and thousands of public K-12 schools in the United States. K-12 schools will be able to participate through Internet2 NET+ regional partners. The service is expected to be available for early adopter enrollment in May 2013. The Vidyo-based service will be part of Internet2's NET+ Services and will provide member institutions and other higher education and K-12 educational communities with a means to easily connect with affordable, high quality visual communication and collaboration across all institutions. Internet2 has partnered with ID Solutions, a global visual communications solutions provider, to deploy and host the service. Users will be able to access the new Internet2 NET+ Vidyo service on Windows, Mac OS X, iOS and Linux platforms from a broad range of desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones, as well as legacy H.323 and SIP devices. It is expected that the service will greatly enhance communication and collaboration between faculty, administration, classrooms, researchers and students at Internet2 affiliated institutions and businesses. Some of the anticipated use scenarios are: research collaboration, virtual classrooms, K-12 outreach, HIPAA-compliant telemedicine and encrypted DOD communications for particularly sensitive environments, and communication between non-university affiliates and partners.
Vidyo, Inc. Virtualizes Video Conferencing Enabling Mass Adoption and Cloud
Mar 18 13
Vidyo, Inc. announced a fully virtualized, cascadable infrastructure for video conferencing that scales across large, geographically dispersed implementations. The release of the VidyoGateway(TM) and VidyoPortal (TM) Virtual Editions (VE) will complete the virtualization of Vidyo's core infrastructure and open the door to mass adoption by offering enterprise customers and service providers high quality, scalable video conferencing at audio conferencing price points. Vidyo's customers and service provider partners will be able to realize the significant cost savings, ease of administration and efficiency improvements of virtualization without the performance constraints that have previously plagued hardware-based, MCU solutions. VidyoGateway VE and VidyoPortal VE will ship in second quarter 2013.
Roche Turkey Selects Vidyo to Significantly Reduce Travel, Costs and Enhance Productivity
Jan 30 13
Vidyo, Inc. announced that its video communications and collaboration solution was chosen by Roche Turkey. Vidyo's solution was selected over a variety of other platforms, and was chosen primarily because it delivers superior quality video over standard IP networks, including the Internet, 4G and LTE and delivers seamless connectivity between room systems, desktops, laptops and mobile devices. The fact that Vidyo allows Roche Turkey employees to access telepresence-quality video communications over an iPad using VidyoMobile(TM), has been one of the most noteworthy benefits to the company. In August of 2011, Roche distributed iPads to its field force of 200 people and since that time, they have needed only one single device for all of their communications needs. They are able to connect to conferences from wherever they are -- over the Internet, 4G and even 3G, when corporate networks are not available. According to Roche Turkey's calculations, in 2011, seven hundred employees participated in 216 video conferences eliminating the need for 447,000 kilometers of flight travel and 31,000 kilometers of road travel. Roche Turkey also asserts that by switching to Vidyo, transportation related risks for employees were reduced.
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