BurstPoint Networks and Vidtel Announce Joint Solution to Deliver Recording and Streaming of Video Conferencing Services
SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Vidtel, a pioneer in cloud-based any-to-any® video conferencing, today announced a strategic partnership with BurstPoint Networks, a leader in video conference recording, streaming with content management and distribution. With the Vidtel-BurstPoint offering, companies leveraging any-to-any video conferencing solutions powered by Vidtel can seamlessly integrate with BurstPoint's Video Communication Platform (VCP) for the recording, streaming, playback, and management of video-based communications.
Vidtel MeetMe service is a cloud-based any-to-any video conferencing service. MeetMe seamlessly bridges traditional SIP and H.323 hardware endpoints, SIP soft clients like Cisco Jabber, WebRTC-based browsers, and consumer applications like Google Talk and Skype. BurstPoint's broad and scalable capture and recording capabilities can ingest any video-based feed from Vidtel and enable enterprise-wide streaming, distribution and management of HD content. Viewership with the BurstPoint VCP can be accomplished with any device.
"This solution is critical for companies leveraging cloud video for business-to-business collaboration," said Alex Doyle, vice president of marketing at Vidtel. "Cloud-based video conferencing, any-to-any interoperability, and WebRTC have transformed the market, allowing any size company to leverage video for B2B communication. With that B2B focus, the ability to record and manage your conference recordings is a vital requirement, and we're delighted to showcase our joint solution with BurstPoint."
"It is impressive how video communications are breaking out of traditional meeting rooms - even between companies. As a broader more pervasive form of communication, it requires more diligence and oversight as available with other modes. The video recording and management capabilities of the Vidtel-BurstPoint offering provides for an elegant solution that demonstrates the power of their open architectures," said David Michels, Principal of TalkingPointz.
"The adoption of video as a means of communication coupled with the number of protocols and applications in the market continues to grow. End users demand broader capabilities and more seamless integration points," stated BurstPoint Networks vice president of marketing and business development David Safaii. "The BurstPoint Vidtel channel-friendly partnership empowers any video conferencing end-user to Connect, Record, Manage and Stream simply and seamlessly, thus providing the most integrated and scalable means of video communications in the market today."
The joint solution will be demonstrated at the Enterprise Connect show at the Gaylord Palms in Orlando, Florida, March 18 through 21, 2013 in the Vidtel booth (#1337).
Vidtel is a pioneer of any-to-any cloud video conferencing services. Our easy-to‐use service provides compatibility between a diverse set of business-grade SIP and H.323 (e.g., Polycom, Cisco, LifeSize) and customer-grade video endpoints, including WebRTC based browser applications. Vidtel enables enterprises of any size to affordably experience the productivity of business-quality video conferencing between dispersed employees, partners and customers. Vidtel is located in Silicon Valley in Sunnyvale, California. Please visit www.vidtel.com.
About BurstPoint Networks
Headquartered in Merrimack, New Hampshire, BurstPoint Networks is transforming the way organizations use video to communicate with employees, customers, partners, students and other key constituents. Designed for high performance, reliability and scalability, the company's fully integrated, enterprise-class software platform brings together broad patented capture capabilities, unmatched public and private cloud distribution, reporting, and management capabilities required to meet the complex Bring Your Own Device anywhere and anytime viewing demands of a highly distributed audience while providing cost savings and ease of use. For more information about BurstPoint Networks, please visit www.burstpoint.com.