Vidyo Does LTE Telepresence

Vidyo announces support for Long Term Evolution (LTE), 3G, and 4G broadband networks and smartphones

March 24, 2010

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LAS VEGAS -- Vidyo®, Inc., today announced VidyoTechnology™ support for Long Term Evolution (LTE), 3G and 4G broadband networks and smartphones. VidyoTechnology was publicly demonstrated during a keynote presentation at CES in January; part of the first TV-quality multiparty videoconference delivered via a smartphone prototype (Click here to view a video of the demo or read the press release). Vidyo is also participating in demonstrations of its patented next generation architecture delivering HD multipoint videoconferencing over LTE, 3G and 4G networks to carriers and wireless providers. As part of the company’s commitment to support LTE, Vidyo also announced its participation in the ng Connect Program, a multi-industry initiative which will drive the development of next generation broadband services based on LTE and other ultra high bandwidth technologies.

“Vidyo is successfully delivering its revolutionary video conferencing platform over desktops, laptops, netbooks and HD room systems via the Internet or any general IP network,” said Ofer Shapiro, Vidyo’s co-founder and CEO. “Now we’re taking it one step further by extending our highly error resilient Vidyo architecture and offering the first TV-quality multipoint videoconferencing over LTE, 3G and 4G networks. We believe HD multipoint video conferencing over wireless will see huge demand and are committed to driving the development of next generation broadband services through organizations like ng Connect."

Vidyo Inc.

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