Vidyo Architecture Offers Unmatched Scalability and Economics for Large Enterprise

By Catherine Hensley
Updated: March 07, 2011

Vidyo has debuted its latest technological development in teleconferencing — the VidyoRouter Cloud Edition — and the news is good for business owners looking to connect and work with employees and consumers at multiple locations around the globe. Vidyo’s latest system offers affordable scalability to fit a particular company’s telecommunications needs, whether it is video conferencing through mobile devices or more traditional systems. In addition to more highly optimized WAN bandwith and expedited ROI capabilities, a company’s ability to teleconference with thousands of its employees or business partners can be accomplished now through Vidyo’s technology for the price of just one telecommunications equipment room.

This development in efficiency for a low cost is great for business owners looking to expand their company’s communications abilities while not breaking the bank at the same time. The increase in telecommunications reach will boost productivity, and additional VidyoRouters can be added on at any time to match company growth. Connections are established through “floating port software licenses” called “VidyoLines,” which eliminate the need for hardware tied to a specific geographic location. This flexibility is an added bonus for businesses with multiple physical locations. By reducing costs, increasing productivity capability, and incorporating flexible and adjustable technology, Vidyo’s VidyoRouter Cloud Edition is an attractive option for today’s business teleconferencing needs.

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