World VoIP NewsVidtel and PDS rolls out affordable VoIP/IP video conferencing for SMBsVidtel and PDS rolls out affordable VoIP/IP video conferencing for SMBs

Vidtel and PDS rolls out affordable VoIP/IP video conferencing for SMBs


Vidtel and PDS rolls out affordable VoIP/IP video conferencing for SMBs
Company Preferred Data Systems (PDS)has informed about a provisional distribution agreement with Vidtel to offer corporate-grade video conferencing applications designed for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as integral part of the Vidtel channel partner program.
In turn Vidtel explained that its cloud-based MeetMe service ensures SMEs with an effective utility for enabling multi-party video conferencing throughout virtually all endpoint types, manufacturers and platforms, including room-located systems, desktop and laptop PCs/Macs, operational desktop products, mobile devices, Skype and Google Talk. MeetMe is in immediate availability for Preferred Data system customers in State of Michigan. By means of Vidtel's service, as boasted by Company, PDS customers can now enjoy enterprise-quality, multi-party video conferences at any endpoints, of any vendor, platform or service, without any additional needs for expensive infrastructural updates or exchange services. MeetMe's design enables PDS clientele to pursue a next generation approach to their video conferencing endpoints, using the collaboration of conference room, office and mobile solutions that best fits their business needs and budget. As described in the release, MeetMe's cloud-based design frees SMEs from costly premises-located infrastructure such as bridges, firewall traversal and multi-vendor interoperability. By utilizing PDS, now SMEs can quickly launch video conferencing across full organization and use it as frequently and as simple as a telephone. Under the terms of distribution agreement with Vidtel, the Company reported that PDS offers MeetMe for both the Mondopad and other video conferencing devices. PDS also offers Vidtel Connect, a point-to-point connectivity service that traverses firewalls, on InFocus's 55-inch Mondopad wall tablet through their agreement with InFocus. "The Vidtel end-to-end cloud solution penetrates through the primary barriers that typically prevent SMEs from enjoying enterprise-level video conferencing: cost, know-how and usability," said Scott Wharton, Vidtel CEO. "By collaborating with innovative resellers such as PDS, Vidtel is giving SMEs access to the sort of high-quality video conferencing services that used to be available only to large enterprises." "Vidtel's services will enable PDS to be on the forefront of innovative video conferencing technologies and to deliver enterprise-grade video conferencing services to our customers with a budget of any size," explained Kelly Comeaux, President of PDS. Vidtel states that its channel commitments addresses the poorly served SME market through partnerships with video conferencing vendors, video VARs, AV integrators, VoIP providers and managed service providers that have existing IT relationships with SME customers. Vidtel's newest channel partner, PDS, joins previously announced partners InFocus (Vidtel is the provider of video conferencing service on the InFocus Mondopad), RealLinx (hosted VoIP provider) and CMIT Solutions (IT service provider).


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