And the Award goes to…

Radvison, an Avaya company has received the “2013 North American Software-based Desktop Video Conferencing Product Leadership Award”. The award was presented by Frost & Sullivan’s global research platform. Frost & Sullivan reasearch team carefully sift thru more than 250,000 companies in over 300 industries to find the best that are at the top of their game.

The report points out major shifts in the video communications market. Under current economic stresses the need to deploy video conferencing throughout a company fast and inexpensive is like medicine for a communication headache. As changes go, more companies are turning to desktop software base video conferencing. There are many players in the game and Radvison has played its desk top suite Scopia Desktop as a royal flush. With a wide variety of features at a low price point Scopia Desktop is an enterprise worthy video conferencing system ripe for ROI.

Frost & Sullivan graded Scopia Desktop against other companies suites using criteria in the categories of: Product features/functionality, Innovation, Product acceptance in the marketplace, Customer Value Enhancements, and Overall Product Quality.

Here are some highlights that gave Scopia Desktop an edge.

  • Conference recording and playback
  • Application/Screen sharing
  • Annotation
  • Directory integration
  • Contact list with favorites
  • Text Chat
  • Firewall traversal
  • Email conference invitation with a link to the virtual room
  • H.323 and SIP/ Connects with multiple types of end-points
  • Has a mobile counter part “Scopia Mobile”

Radvision-Scopia Mobile-HD-Video-ConferencingWith low cost and high performance, Scopia Desktop is a scalable enterprise video conferencing platform that is changing the way businesses collaborate. Rolling out in 2007 and being fine tuned ever since, Radvision has the most reliable video conferencing desktop suite yet.

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