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Orange BS Unveils Video Meeting App

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PARIS -- Orange Business Services launches access from a tablet or mobile device to its cloud-based Open Videopresence with the Orange Video Meeting mobile application. Available for both Android and Apple devices, the Orange Video Meeting app, powered by Scopia Mobile technology from Radvision, an Avaya Company, enables attendees to actively participate in videoconferencing sessions initiated through Orange Business Services’ Open Videopresence, which relies on Scopia Infrastructure. Available in 107 countries, Open Videopresence already allows meetings to combine equipment from the market’s major vendors, including various types of videoconference rooms, desktops and possibly telepresence rooms, on any network. PC and Mac access use the Scopia Desktop light and full-featured conferencing client from Radvision. Orange Video Meeting is available for free downloading to a mobile device or tablet from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. After downloading the app, participants – whether they are employees, customers or partners – can easily join a videoconferencing session by clicking an e-mail link or through a mobile device calendar invitation. The smart URL will detect the device the participant is using and open the appropriate application to join the conference. Orange Business Services

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