Zoom Launches Program with Top Communications Tech Companies
In an effort to provide businesses with a complete unified communications experience, the video conferencing solution provider Zoom Video Communications has launched its “Works with Zoom” program. The program is aimed at creating comprehensive meeting solutions for businesses by complementing Zoom's cloud-based HD video conferencing service with products from industry-leading technology companies.
Supporting 5,500 meetings a day and 100 million meeting per minute, Zoom Video Communications is easily one of the fastest growing service providers in the industry. Zoom enables high quality video conversations and screen sharing for nearly two million participants. No wonder the best-in-class technology companies have joined Zoom in its mission to offer affordable, innovative meeting solutions, under its “Works with Zoom” initiative. Twelve companies in the audio, visual and robotics industries are partnering with Zoom under the initiative.
Logitech for Business, a communications peripherals company, will be providing HD cameras, headsets and speakers for high quality cloud-based meeting experiences.
Vaddio is going to enable professional quality HD video and audio conferencing for the enterprise customers with its offering of PTZ cameras and professional USB peripherals.
Under the partnership, InFocus is offering cost effective video conferencing on the innovative InFocus BigTouch Windows 8 touch PC in 55-inch and 70-inch screen sizes for both business and education.
Altia Systems is bringing the PanaCast panoramic camera, which offers a 200-degree view and 2700x540 pixel video images, to video conferencing customers.
With its partnership with Revolve Robotics, Zoom is offering its customers KUBI, a robotic tablet mount that gives a remote participant the ability to control their field of vision during a video meeting.
VTEL, maker of the IPanel, enables customers to deploy an out-of-the-box Zoom conference room solution with professional PTZ camera and a fully integrated PC.
While VDO360 has agreed to offer the first highly affordable professional USB HD PTZ camera for use in room-based video meetings, HoverCam all-in-one high-resolution document cameras with record, scan and share capabilities, bring in document sharing experience to remote participants.
In partnership with Biscotti, the maker of HD video cameras, Zoom is bringing its services for the office, healthcare and consumer markets.
Aver’s participation in the program provides businesses a cost-effective way to collaborate.
Acoustic Magic partners with Zoom to provide customers with array microphones that capture audio throughout an entire room, enabling group video conferencing at a reasonable cost.
Personify is going to enhance the visual component of presentations in video meetings, by offering its technology for embedding real-time video of a speaker into desktop applications.
“The ‘Works with Zoom’ program is the next step in Zoom’s continuing mission to offer affordable, innovative meeting solutions. We are excited to partner with these cutting-edge companies and bring over 75 percent savings in video collaboration to all businesses. We are also introducing programs to drive new business for reseller and referral partners,” CEO of Zoom Eric Yuan noted in a statement.
Just the last month, Zoom Video Communications announced the release of Version 2.0 (V2.0), bringing to market the world's most flexible cloud service that unifies HD video conferencing, mobility and Web meetings for up to 25 people, devices or rooms, and offers the best cloud video conferencing experience.
Edited by Alisen Downey