Sify Technologies Ltd., and Indian IT-services company, and Vidyo, Inc., a video conferencing company, have launched Sify videomeet, a video conferencing-as-a-service product for business. This service, powered by Vidyo, allows users to initiate and experience high-definition, multi-point video collaboration beyond conventional conference rooms, without dedicated networks and on multiple devices – mobile phones, tablets, desktops, laptops and room systems, according to Sify.
Enterprises having legacy video conferencing infrastructure can seamlessly adopt Sify video conferencing-as-a-service without any new capital investment to empower their remote locations with this enterprise grade HD quality collaboration tool, the company added.
“Sify videomeet, the Video Conferencing-as-a-Service is a rich addition to our converged ICT services portfolio bringing competitive advantage to our customer’s business,” said Daniel Alex, senior vice president of network services for Sify technologies. “Built on the strength of our industry-leading Network Services, with Vidyo’s innovative technology, this new-generation service will empower enterprises of all sizes to collaborate cost-effectively and in a secure manner. Our strategic partnership with Vidyo will help us innovate for our customers to keep them ahead in their businesses.”
“We are proud to partner with Sify in India. With the growing penetration of smartphones, laptops and tablets in the region, Vidyo’s software-based approach to videoconferencing on multiple devices over non-dedicated networks is the ideal solution for the market in India,” said Ashish Gupta, chief marketing officer of Vidyo. “Vidyo’s Adaptive Video Layering collaboration platform is perfectly suited for emerging markets like India, offering low latency, natural, affordable, high-quality video that works over an Internet connection, whether wired or wireless including WiFi and 4G. We look forward to empowering Sify with the technology backbone required to extend this service to other customer segments.”