Mitel and Vidyo Extend their Partnership to Enhance Video Collaboration Tools
FREMONT, CA: Vidyo, a provider of high-quality visual communications and collaboration, has extended its partnership with Mitel, a provider of real-time business, cloud and mobile communications, to provide high-definition video conferencing capabilities to the enterprise, reports Tracee Herbaugh for Search Unified Communications.
With this new Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) agreement between the two companies, Mitel can now leverage Vidyo’s APIs to set in multi-point video, audio and collaboration features inside several Mitel solutions. It enables Vidyo to fully integrate its VidyoWorks platform that allows users to embed point-to-point and multipoint video, audio, content sharing and collaboration inside their applications, workflows and custom web portals, to Mitel’s MiCollab, a real-time communications and collaboration solution to provide simple administration and an easy-to-use feature set to boost the user experience.
The integration of the VidyoWorks platform with MiCollab enables expanded video conferencing capabilities by offering scalability across different endpoints. It also streamlines the business processes, extends Mitel partners’ addressable market, and allows it to fulfill the increased user demand for high-quality video communication.
“End customers across industries are increasingly expressing interest in integrated video communications as a key part of their collaboration strategy. Vidyo is the technology leader in affordable software-based video conferencing solutions and has been an important partner to Mitel for years. This expanded relationship will deliver the highest quality, experience and value to our customers,” says Ron Wellard, Chief Products and Solutions Officer at Mitel.
Vidyo’s HD a software-based video conferencing platform, balances Mitel’s unified communications and collaboration video portfolio with premium-quality video capabilities for any device and network. The integrated solution is ideal for deployment needs of businesses today, and can be deployed in any public, private or hybrid cloud environments.
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