LifeSize Announces 48-way Video Calling

And Many other Enhancing Features

By Catherine Hensley
Updated: July 18, 2011

LifeSize Announces 48-way Video Calling

LifeSize has recently announced the launch of its “LifeSize Bridge,” an enhancement to 48-way video calling. The announcement was dovetailed with other newly enhanced offerings, including “LifeSize Transit” (now featuring full virtualization) and “LifeSize Control” (now with multi-vendor interoperability). These targeted enhancements are exciting news for business owners and companies relying on video conferencing capabilities to get the job done as productively and efficiently as possible.

With these enhancements, LifeSize, which is a division of Logitech, has demonstrated its commitment to bringing customers simple, user-friendly business infrastructure solutions. The added features make it easier than ever for users to connect to secure networks through video while also providing IT management with the support necessary for the conferencing tools to operate smoothly.

LifeSize Bridge, which can now accommodate up to 48 people on a single bridge call, is considered to be a “game-changing” collaboration tool. Offices in many different geographical locations will be able to quickly and easily establish video conferencing links all at the same time. LifeSize Transit is now capable of faster deployment options both within and outside an organization, thanks to its SIP/H.323 firewall and NAT traversal solution. And LifeSize Control now features increased management of the video conferencing environment.

These latest LifeSize program enhancements offer exciting options for businesses looking to stay connected with partners and clients anywhere around the world.
 

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