Orange Business Services has launched a service that enables anyone with an Android or iOS device to participate in videoconferences that use a wide spectrum of vendor equipment: from full telepresence suites to desktop video.
The local market for videoconferencing products and services is "still quite buoyant" according to Garry Scarborough, acting country manager at LifeSize Communications.
LifeSize has announced two new videoconferencing systems intended for use in boardrooms or larger conference rooms.
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