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September 04, 2012

Radvision Recognized with Nemertes 2012 PilotHouse Award

By Rahul Arora
TMCnet Contributor

Radvision (News - Alert), an Avaya company, was recently recognized with the Nemertes 2012 PilotHouse Award. According to officials, Radvision has been voted by users of video technologies as a vendor of choice for delivering high-quality video conferencing solutions.

Radvision offers end-to-end visual communications that help businesses collaborate more efficiently. Together, Radvision and Avaya (News - Alert) are propelling the unified communications evolution forward with unique technologies that harness the power of video, voice and data over any network.

Radvision’s enterprise products and solutions are a powerful combination of advanced media processing and high scalability to support high-definition, room-based videoconferencing systems and distributed desktop and mobile deployments.

"The Nemertes PilotHouse Awards are particularly meaningful since our actual customers were surveyed for their experience. Radvision received the highest ranking for value as well as very high marks in technology offerings and customer service," said Bob Romano (News - Alert), global vice president of marketing for Radvision. "Although Radvision has been a long-time market leader in video infrastructure, we have only had an end-to-end portfolio for a short time.” 

“Despite this, IT professionals still ranked us ahead of almost all the other vendors in the market, and we have our customers to thank for this recognition," he added.

"Radvision comes to its PilotHouse Market Challenger award largely on the strength of its technology and value. Its technology score was tops among all Market Challengers, while its value score led every other vendor, Challenger and Leader alike," said Irwin Lazar, vice president and service director at Nemertes.

Meanwhile, Radvision announced that Frost & Sullivan (News - Alert) has named the Radvision Scopia XT5000 the recipient of its prestigious New Product Innovation Award. The Scopia XT5000, introduced earlier this year, is the industry's most powerful video system in its class, combining state-of-the-art video conferencing technologies with unmatched price-performance ratio.

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Edited by Braden Becker


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