Verizon Offers Videoconference Interoperability

NEW YORK -- The growing popularity of information technology innovation has accelerated demand from enterprises for the latest communications capabilities on a variety of devices, platforms and networks. To help meet this demand, Verizon is launching a new offering that enables businesses and government agencies to conduct secure, high-quality video meetings across private or public networks on multiple video platforms – including telepresence and video conferencing -- on desktops and tablets.

The innovative solution, Verizon Open Video Communications, makes it possible to link video systems that were previously incompatible and to create a virtually limitless open web of video communications and end points.

The solution, which will roll out in second-quarter 2012, will enable Verizon customers to communicate via video beyond corporate firewalls and proprietary video platforms and networks to a larger, community of business-to-business partners and customers. With Verizon Open Video Communications, businesses will be able to instantaneously add participants to a meeting and the service will be delivered with usage-based pricing.

Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ)

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