World VoIP NewsEnterprise Yorktel updates its portfolio of universal all-in-IP video platforms  Enterprise Yorktel updates its portfolio of universal all-in-IP video platforms

Enterprise Yorktel updates its portfolio of universal all-in-IP video platforms


Enterprise Yorktel updates its portfolio of universal all-in-IP video platforms
Company Yorktel has rolled out innovative all-in-IP application, in format of video telecommunications utility. The product is expected to accommodate ever growing demands form broad customer base.
The ultimate purpose of Yorktel's new platform, named VideoCloud, is to conjoin differentiated algorithms of corporate level communications under the auspice of one window to access. Engines from Avaya (Aura), Cisco (Call Manager), all supported by Microsoft's Lync can be installed into one body that will ensure real operational synergy. “With the common trends of voice, video, and data processing to be operationally converges, numerous organizations are challenged by the controversy of having to select a real communications control system they are expected to centralize their around,” explained representatives from the VP department at Yorktel. Company has dynamically showcased how effective solutions can be across a big screens, where several participants in a meeting event are logging in from disparate video-telecommunications platforms. It's also the most innovative engine that also collaborates Microsoft Lync and Office 365. Therefore, consumers who seek to get the solid connection with VideoCloud can also enter the system from their computers by implementing any of these two ways whilst they interrelate with other counterparts that operate from different Unified Communications middleware. VideoCloud is developed in three models. First version is entitled as the VideoCloud Virtual Meeting Room, designed for video enabled intersessions across any H.323 or SIP-trunking enabled office or home desktop. Second one is called as VideoCloud Managed Conferencing Service, making participants to use cloud-embedded conferencing, scheduling, incident control and other useful features on the level of enterprise UC. Third platform is dubbed as a VideoCloud B2B Service, designed to extend the functionalities of the Conferencing Service by putting the capability of hosted external video enabled and supported events. Yorktel's portfolio of solutions will ensure new opportunities for businesses that appear in a organic combination that's user friendly and easy to deploy, also massively scalable. The organization also delivers massive public broadcasting and all-in-IP streaming services for clients, who look for media coverage.


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