RADVISION's Data Collaboration Server (DCS) for Application Sharing Now Available as Windows NT(R) Application

DCS-30 Enhances Multipoint Videoconferencing Communication by Enabling

Transparent T.120 Data Sharing Capabilities



Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from RADVISION

    MAHWAH, N.J., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- RADVISION (Nasdaq:   RVSN), the
 leading provider of award-winning, industry-standard products and technology
 for real-time voice and video over IP (V2oIP(TM)), today announced the
 availability of the DCS-30 software for real-time data collaboration and
 application sharing for converged voice, video and data IP networks. The
 standalone DCS-30 application is designed to work with RADVISION's OnLAN(TM)
 and viaIP(SM) multipoint conferencing units (MCU) and runs on any Microsoft(R)
 Windows NT Server.
     RADVISION's DCS-30 allows videoconferencing participants to view diagrams,
 graphic presentations and slide lectures simultaneously with audio or video
 streams. Additional uses include text chats, whiteboard exchanges or rapid
 file transfers during a multipoint videoconference of three or more
 participants.
     "We are constantly working to provide our customers with platforms for
 deploying enhanced IP-centric services for next generation communication
 networks," said Dr. Michelle Blank, vice president of galactic marketing for
 RADVISION. "Our data collaboration software enables transparent multipoint
 data sharing between conference participants. It is the simplest application
 for end users to use for real-time collaboration."
     The DCS-30 enables application sharing, using the T.120 data collaboration
 standard, for up to 30 conferencing participants. The DCS was initially
 developed as an embedded application for RADVISION's multifunction,
 chassis-based viaIP platform. The DCS-30 is now available as a standalone
 application to run on any NT Server. RADVISION is currently offering the
 standalone DCS-30 application free with every OnLAN-323 or viaIP MCU card
 purchased now until the end of June 2001. More information on this offer can
 be found at the company Web site at http://www.radvision.com.
 
     About RADVISION
     RADVISION is a leading provider of products and technology for real-time
 voice, video, and data communications over packet networks; this includes the
 Internet and other Internet Protocol (IP) based networks. Recognized
 universally as the experts in real-time Voice and Video over IP (V2oIP),
 RADVISION offers the broadest and most complete set of enabling technology and
 networking systems needed to enable enterprises and service providers to
 migrate their voice and video communications from traditional telephone
 networks to new converged networks. Today, hundreds of thousands of end-users
 around the world communicate over next-generation networks, using IP-centric
 products and solutions built around RADVISION products and technology.
 RADVISION's multi-protocol software toolkits for IP communications include:
 SIP, MEGACO, MGCP, and H.323; RADVISION's V2oIP networking products include:
 gateways, conferencing bridges, and gatekeeper applications. For more
 information, please visit the website at: http://www.radvision.com.
 
     This press release contains forward-looking statements that are subject to
 risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ
 materially from these forward-looking statements include, but are not limited
 to, general business conditions in the industry, changes in demand for
 products, the timing and amount or cancellation of orders and other risks
 detailed from time to time in RADVISION's filings with the Securities and
 Exchange Commission, including RADVISION's Form F-1 registration statement.
 
     V2oIP, and OnLAN are trademarks and viaIP is a service mark of RADVISION
 Ltd.  All other trade names and trademarks appearing herein are owned by their
 respective holders.
 
 

SOURCE RADVISION
    MAHWAH, N.J., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- RADVISION (Nasdaq:   RVSN), the
 leading provider of award-winning, industry-standard products and technology
 for real-time voice and video over IP (V2oIP(TM)), today announced the
 availability of the DCS-30 software for real-time data collaboration and
 application sharing for converged voice, video and data IP networks. The
 standalone DCS-30 application is designed to work with RADVISION's OnLAN(TM)
 and viaIP(SM) multipoint conferencing units (MCU) and runs on any Microsoft(R)
 Windows NT Server.
     RADVISION's DCS-30 allows videoconferencing participants to view diagrams,
 graphic presentations and slide lectures simultaneously with audio or video
 streams. Additional uses include text chats, whiteboard exchanges or rapid
 file transfers during a multipoint videoconference of three or more
 participants.
     "We are constantly working to provide our customers with platforms for
 deploying enhanced IP-centric services for next generation communication
 networks," said Dr. Michelle Blank, vice president of galactic marketing for
 RADVISION. "Our data collaboration software enables transparent multipoint
 data sharing between conference participants. It is the simplest application
 for end users to use for real-time collaboration."
     The DCS-30 enables application sharing, using the T.120 data collaboration
 standard, for up to 30 conferencing participants. The DCS was initially
 developed as an embedded application for RADVISION's multifunction,
 chassis-based viaIP platform. The DCS-30 is now available as a standalone
 application to run on any NT Server. RADVISION is currently offering the
 standalone DCS-30 application free with every OnLAN-323 or viaIP MCU card
 purchased now until the end of June 2001. More information on this offer can
 be found at the company Web site at http://www.radvision.com.
 
     About RADVISION
     RADVISION is a leading provider of products and technology for real-time
 voice, video, and data communications over packet networks; this includes the
 Internet and other Internet Protocol (IP) based networks. Recognized
 universally as the experts in real-time Voice and Video over IP (V2oIP),
 RADVISION offers the broadest and most complete set of enabling technology and
 networking systems needed to enable enterprises and service providers to
 migrate their voice and video communications from traditional telephone
 networks to new converged networks. Today, hundreds of thousands of end-users
 around the world communicate over next-generation networks, using IP-centric
 products and solutions built around RADVISION products and technology.
 RADVISION's multi-protocol software toolkits for IP communications include:
 SIP, MEGACO, MGCP, and H.323; RADVISION's V2oIP networking products include:
 gateways, conferencing bridges, and gatekeeper applications. For more
 information, please visit the website at: http://www.radvision.com.
 
     This press release contains forward-looking statements that are subject to
 risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause actual results to differ
 materially from these forward-looking statements include, but are not limited
 to, general business conditions in the industry, changes in demand for
 products, the timing and amount or cancellation of orders and other risks
 detailed from time to time in RADVISION's filings with the Securities and
 Exchange Commission, including RADVISION's Form F-1 registration statement.
 
     V2oIP, and OnLAN are trademarks and viaIP is a service mark of RADVISION
 Ltd.  All other trade names and trademarks appearing herein are owned by their
 respective holders.
 
 SOURCE  RADVISION