LONDON, Dec. 16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Teliris (www.teliris.com), the telepresence innovation leader, yesterday hosted a private demonstration in London for His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh, of the latest innovations in telepresence technology.
Throughout the visit The Duke of Edinburgh viewed Teliris' cutting-edge technologies that deliver a step forward in reducing carbon footprint. Known for his interest in conservation and the natural environment, HRH gained an understanding of how the technology helps businesses cut travel costs and contributes to building a greener planet.
During the visit, HRH joined a meeting between Teliris' New York and London offices to speak with key employees and experience the full immersive meeting environment. HRH also experienced the latest collaborative tools such as the Teliris InterAct Easel and Teliris' industry-leading multi-touch surface computing solution.
HRH also had the opportunity to learn more about Teliris' 6G software-based architecture, which extends telepresence to any location in the world at lower costs using general purpose networks.
"I was delighted when HRH expressed an interest in visiting our European Headquarters," said Martyn Lewis, Teliris European Chairman and Co-Founder. "Through his focus on telepresence, HRH will help to heighten interest in this critical technology, as well as invigorate the industry overall."
About Teliris Telepresence:
Teliris develops and implements the world's most innovative fully managed telepresence and collaboration solutions, realistically replicating the human dynamics of an in-person meeting experience. Through its 6G platform and unique intellectual property, Teliris has radically simplified the acquisition, deployment and operating costs of telepresence, breaking new ground in adoption and reach of the technology. Teliris is headquartered in New York and London and has deployments in over 52 countries, offering with end-to-end integration, market-leading 99%+ availability guarantee and interoperability with all telepresence, traditional videoconferencing and unified communications solutions. For more information, visit www.teliris.com or email email@example.com.