Aylus Networks Partners with Huawei on Video Services
Aylus Networks, a company that specializes in the infrastructure support that enables live video services, recently partnered with Huawei, which is geared toward coming up with even better solutions in the live video conferencing sector. Aylus made some splashes before with the release of innovations that have moved the one-way, two-way and multiway video conferencing technology. Likewise, Huawei has long been one of the more trusted companies in the business when it comes to video conferencing and the like and has a good history of partnering with companies in order to offer up better solutions in this field.
Huawei specifically has expertise in the IMS and IPTV fields and that expertise will be something that the partnership can lean on when it comes to developing better and more cutting-edge live video and video conferencing solutions. Skylight Financial Group actually ranks Huawei as one of the top three companies in the world when it comes to the video market.
Mark Edwards, CEO of Aylus Networks, talked about this new collaboration in a recent statement. “With the rapid expansion of 4G and VoLTE, live mobile video solutions have become extremely important to the subscriber’s experience, our partnership with Huawei gives operators and enterprises fully integrated live mobile video solutions, whether they are delivered via the Huawei cloud computing platform or through a traditional in-network deployment,” Edwards said.
The Boston-based Aylus works to help mobile operators provide ultra-reliable and high-performance video services that can include video conferencing for enterprise companies but certainly isn't limited to the business world. The Aylus Platform is designed to work well with already established networks, no matter what kind of device is attempting to use its video services. The partnership with Huawei is an attempt to make those video services that much better, whether talking about users in the corporate world or those individual users who have a use for video services.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey