AVer achieves H.323 VC-Skype™ integration via the exclusive VCBridge
Taipei, Taiwan – August 29, 2012 – AVer (TWSE: 3669), a major global provider of presentation/education solutions, security surveillance solutions and video conferencing solutions, is breaking new ground in the video conferencing industry with the exclusive VCBridge. This one-of-a-kind protocol bridge for AVer’s HVC series video conferencing systems incorporates Skype™ video calls directly into an H.323 multipoint video conference.
The “plugged into Skype™” certified VCBridge has the unique ability to bridge the H.323 protocol used to make traditional video conferencing calls and the proprietary protocol used by Skype™, seamlessly combining all into one video conference without the extra cost or trouble of a third-party client. With VCBridge, AVer HVC series users are free to bring any one of Skype’s 663,000,000+ users* into an ongoing H.323 conference call, leveraging the flexibility and expansiveness of Skype™ to enhance their video conferencing experience. This means salespeople on the road and clients without traditional VC systems can now join in calls at a moment’s notice via tablet, smartphone, laptop or any other Skype™-friendly device.
“VCBridge offers simple seamless VC-Skype™ integration. No extra servers, no extra software, and no licensing fees are required.” declared President of AVer Information Inc. James Chang. “VCBridge strengthens AVer’s distinct power to provide small to medium-sized businesses with robust video conferencing at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions.”
For more information on the innovative new VCBridge, please visit the VCBridge product page at communication.aver.com/model/vcbridge.
*This statistic was attained from a report by PChome Online, an official Skype™ partner in Taiwan.