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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Vidyo

February 13, 2013

Vidyo, Inc. has been honored by Frost & Sullivan, being named the winner of its 2013 “Video Conferencing Technology Leadership Award.” Thanks to its performance in several criteria, Vidyo has proven itself as a leader in the video conferencing market, and for good reason.

In order to win, Vidyo was compared to its competitors in a variety of criteria. These included its development and leverage of new technologies, as well as its brand perception and customer value. In the end, Frost & Sullivan determined that its innovations proved its technological leadership and commitment to video conferencing.

With Vidyo’s third generation SVC-based products, which include field experience, customer feedback, and intellectual property, Vidyo has placed itself ahead of the market and stands out from its competitors. Furthermore, its recent product announcements demonstrate its commitment to helping the spread of video conferencing, while its ability to allow customers to embed Vidyo into its Web portals and service environments has helped create new solutions and service offerings for everyone.

“Vidyo is at the forefront of innovation, launching products that demonstrate the power of its ground breaking architecture and position the company for growth,” says Roopam Jain, a Principal Analyst for Frost & Sullivan.

 “Vidyo’s solutions offer customers a new and more scalable approach to video conferencing, eliminating the traditional hurdles to adoption including high fixed costs for multipoint infrastructure, QoS-enhanced networks and IT personnel.”

Vidyo has always been near the top of the market for video communication, and this award from Frost & Sullivan stands as a testament to its ability and innovation. There’s almost always something incredible and new coming from Vidyo, helping spread video communication across the world. It has set the bar, and continues to raise it, until we can all see the bar in crystal-clear HD quality video.

Edited by Brooke Neuman