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LifeSize’s New Software Bridge Enhances Multi-Party Calling

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If you’re struggling making multiparty video calling as accepted inside your organisation as you’d like, video leader LifeSize says it may be able to help.

It’s just unveiled the enterprise edition of LifeSize UVC Multipoint (part of its award-winning video conferencing software solution, the LifeSize UVC Platform). It comes on-stream with software that means the user experience is going to be indistinguishable from most hardware-based MCUs (multipoint control units).

In practical terms, customers on any standards-based video system will now be able to easily view up to a remarkable 49 participants in a call – something that the systems’ affordable price point will also make multiparty calling and greater use of business video that much more attractive.

“Our goal is to make multiparty calling less complicated and accessible to all: work groups, sales teams, customers, vendors and even Microsoft Lync customers,” points out its VP and GM for video solutions, Michael Helmbrecht.

Helmbrecht says this new LifeSize UVC Multipoint Enterprise Edition does that precisely by enabling “better collaboration and stronger connected relationships” – as well as being affordable for new customers as much as growing enterprises.

LifeSize is the HD video communications system arm of IT giant Logitech.

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