Avistar Showcases C3 Suite of Solutions at Interop 2010
According to Melanie Turek, industry principal at Frost & Sullivan, desktop video has the potential to become a mainstream communication tool as the market reaches the stage where IT managers are seriously considering desktop video conferencing as an integral part of their enterprise communications landscape. Avistar, an innovation leader in the unified visual communications industry, with more than 15 years of experience providing proven business-class desktop video conferencing technology, will showcase its unique technology leadership Oct. 20 to Oct. 21, at Interop New York 2010, booth No. 437.
Stephen Epstein, CMO at Avistar, said in a press release that the company's ability to deliver innovative videoconferencing solutions for the market, coupled with its ability to ensure that clients had access to such solutions across a wide variety of platforms and devices that would be on display at Interop, would enable businesses to get to see first-hand a range of solutions that can be used by anyone, anywhere.
He added that show attendees would have an opportunity to experience desktop videoconferencing solutions that meet customer demand for unparalleled price and performance, interoperability, ubiquity, resource management and scalability.
The Avistar C3 suite of solutions comprising of the Business Pro Edition, the first all-software video conferencing architecture providing call routing, bandwidth management and multiparty bridging, delivering desktop videoconferencing experience while leveraging the existing infrastructure and networks, and providing the Media Engine that delivers communication enabled business processes to applications, will all be on display.
Another Avistar solution belonging to the C3 suite is the unified Microsoft OCS Edition, which plugs directly into the existing Microsoft OCS platform, bringing desktop visual communications to users immediately. Avistar’s solutions are used across a broad spectrum of industries with deployments ranging in size from 30 to 30,000 users, and it works with leading channel partners and resellers.
In a related news release, Avistar Communications Corporation announced the general availability of the Avistar C3 Integrator- Citrix Edition for Citrix XenApp.
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard