March 2009 Archives

The 3 Markets of Visual Communication

March 26, 2009 8:59 PM

Modeling the visual communication market has been on my mind for some time now. I think that, as all things in the world, it can be split into 3 segments:

  • Large enterprises and organizations
  • Small and medium businesses (SMBs)
  • Consumers

All are emerging markets, with SMBs being the newest one. All are doing virtually the same thing - using video calls to communicate.

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I would like to draw your attention to two webinars that may be of your interest.

 
Improving Video Quality in Your Network

Title: Improving Video Quality in Your Network - Pre and post deployment network assessment of video quality.

Who: RADVISION (my company)

Description: While video deployment is experiencing a significant boom both in enterprise and carrier networks, overall user experience does not always live up to the expectations.

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Video Roundup: Vidtel

March 18, 2009 8:51 AM
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I am placing here a bunch of links, once in a while, of news items and blog posts that I find interesting and are related to visual communications.

If you have items you'd like to feature here - just email me at tsahil@radvision.com.

This time, the roundup is mostly about Vidtel.

They decided to give several bloggers a taste of their service, and the good reviews were not late to arrive:

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No.

Not all of them.

It's not that I don't believe in visual communications. After all, I am writing a blog titled "Talking Video". I just don't like the over-hyping our industry is going through with the economy downturn.

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A press release I bumped into the other day, about Siracom's UniData WiFi Videophone, set to launch at CeBIT (that's like yesterday), got me thinking --- What a cool idea!

We already have mobile phones with video telephony embedded into them. Many Smartphones today already support WiFi. And we also have a bunch of WiFi phones (mainly for enterprises). So why not a WiFi videophone?

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