ORLANDO, Fla., April 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Traditionally, the video conferencing demands of the small-medium enterprise (SME) market have not been met by telepresence and consumer-grade options. To serve that need, Vidtel, the any-to-any cloud video conferencing service provider offering enterprise-class video conferencing priced for the midmarket, has partnered with Western Canada's Matrix Video Communications Corp./MVCC, a leading technology partner, system integrator and supplier of broadcast and audiovisual equipment.
Matrix Video Communications has selected Vidtel's any-to-any cloud MeetMe Video Conferencing Service to serve its base of SMEs in Western Canada. Vidtel's service enables Matrix Video customers to cost-effectively and easily bring together the boardroom, the mobile worker and everything in between – including room-based video conferencing systems, executive desktop video systems, PCs/Macs, smartphones and tablets using any combination of SIP, H.323, Skype and Google Talk technologies –without having to dial into a portal.
Vidtel's cloud solution breaks down the principal SME barriers of cost, know-how and usability for enterprise-grade video conferencing. The Vidtel solution offered by Matrix Video is priced in a range for businesses of any size, requires no IT expertise or additional capital expenditure beyond existing systems and is easy to use.
"Vidtel's price-disruptive and simple-to-use approach to cloud video conferencing services is a transformative opportunity for our midmarket customer base, allowing them to bring together best-of-breed video communications technologies at the office, at home and traveling, at a price that even a small company can afford," said Marielle Crisanti of Matrix Video Communications. "Vidtel's solution allows us to provide a solution that matches the needs of our customer base, bringing cloud any-to-any video conferencing into the mainstream market."
Vidtel CEO Scott Wharton said: "Matrix Video Communications is a forward-thinking service provider, well-poised to take advantage of the growing interest in cloud video conferencing. The Vidtel service will enable Matrix Video to provide a disruptively-priced solution to its SME customers that they can easily use on demand, without having to dial into a portal."
The Vidtel cloud video conferencing service is available through Matrix Video Communications throughout Western Canada.
Visit Vidtel in Booth #601 at the TEAM Polycom 2012 conference here through April 3. The Matrix-Vidtel agreement is an example of a channel partnership in the Polycom ecosystem.
About Matrix Video Communications Corp.
Matrix Video Communications Corp./MVCC was incorporated in 1994. With offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina, and Saskatoon, Matrix/MVCC is a diversified video communications company that provides a wide range of broadcast and audiovisual equipment to the health, government, corporate, education, broadcast and production markets throughout the Western Provinces. We strive to be the leading technology partner, system integrator and supplier in Western Canada of broadcast and audiovisual equipment.
Founded in 2008, Vidtel is the pioneer of any-to-any video conferencing service, providing compatibility between a diverse set of business-grade and consumer-grade video endpoints. Vidtel enables even small and medium enterprises to affordably experience the productivity of high-quality video conferencing between dispersed employees, partners, and customers. Vidtel is located in the heart of Silicon Valley in Sunnyvale, CA.
Kortney Oliver for Vidtel