Video Bridging Added to Broadcore's Cloud Services

By Robin Wilding
Updated: May 05, 2011

Video Bridging Added to Broadcore's Cloud Services

In a shrewd move Broadcore has added Video Bridging to their portfolio of cloud-based VoIP and Hosted Unified Communication solutions. Broadcore users can now connect and view multiple people simultaneously via the cloud service provieder's new cloud-based video solution.

Integrating video with all of their communications was an important decision for Broadcore, a company that understands the need to continual improvements in technology and an increasing need for face-to-face communications.

Broadcore, an innovator in Business VoIP solutions and Hosted Unified Communications, knows that there is not only productivity gains but also a cost effectiveness to video-conferencing—as companies can save valuable manhours on transportation times and costs while deepening customer relations.

Broadcore's Video conferencing bridge uses HD audio in addition to video—providing for a crisp sound even when used solely in audio mode. The ability to have crystal clear communications, even via a cloud-based solution is not only critical for Broadcore, but their customers as well.

This new Video Bridging technology allows corporations of all sizes to easily integrate enterprise-grade video conferencing with multiple view points into existing telephony infrastructure technology. The ability to integrate video into existing technology means very little learning curve to users but a huge addition in communication intelligence to Broadcore's customers, regardless of their size—a technology previously reserved for large corporations and big budgets. 

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