ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/13 -- IntelePeer, Inc., a leading provider of on-demand, cloud-based communications, and Vidtel, a pioneer in cloud-based any-to-any® video conferencing, today announced a strategic partnership to deliver highly flexible video conferencing solutions to power both internal and business-to-business collaboration. With this partnership, IntelePeer will integrate the Vidtel MeetMe any-to-any® cloud-based video conferencing service into its portfolio of SIP Trunking solution offerings, expanding the range of Unified Communications (UC) multi-modal enablement capabilities that can be seamlessly accessed from the cloud. The solution will be demonstrated at INFOCOMM13, June 12-14, 2013 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
The new video conferencing service will allow participants to easily join conferences from a broad variety of devices, including traditional video systems, laptops, tablets and smartphones. As a fully hosted solution, no additional equipment investment is required. IntelePeer will market the service in conjunction with its CoreCloud UC and SIP Trunking solutions. The MeetMe service provides video conferencing across traditional SIP and H.323 hardware endpoints, SIP soft clients like Cisco Jabber, WebRTC-based browsers, and consumer applications like Google Talk and Skype.
"We are expanding the HD audio and video capabilities of IntelePeer's CloudWorx platform with the Vidtel offering by enabling multiparty video conferencing between a vast array of devices," said Margaret Norton, chief marketing officer at IntelePeer. "Through this innovative partnership, organizations gain access to a comprehensive suite of communications and collaboration enablement solutions, all delivered as an easily accessed, over-the-top cloud service."
"It's clear that businesses worldwide are migrating their communications applications to the cloud," said Scott Wharton, CEO of Vidtel. "Historically, video conferencing solutions have been too expensive and unwieldy for businesses to adopt. With the IntelePeer and Vidtel joint cloud-based solution, organizations now get all of the benefits of video conferencing, but with none of the traditional operational and economic barriers that have hampered deployment."
The joint IntelePeer and Vidtel solution is available now.
Vidtel is a pioneer of anyto-any cloud video conferencing services. Our easy-to-use service provides compatibility between a diverse set of business-grade SIP and H.323 (e.g., Polycom, Cisco, LifeSize) and consumer-grade video endpoints, including WebRTC-based browser applications. Vidtel enables enterprises of any size to affordably experience the productivity of business-quality video conferencing between dispersed employees, partners and customers. Vidtel is located in Silicon Valley in Sunnyvale, California. www.vidtel.com.
IntelePeer, Inc. is a leading provider of on-demand, cloud-based communications services that deliver high-quality voice, video and unified communications for enterprises and service providers. The IntelePeer CloudWorx platform combines the SuperRegistry® database, an intelligent routing solution with a global directory of more than 450 million telephone numbers and end point identifying IP addresses, an extensive Media Peering Grid service, and the AppWorx® development environment and tools. IntelePeer enables customers to rapidly and cost-effectively transition to IP-based communications, improving their return on investment on communications equipment and services and federate their global networks. For more information, visit: www.intelepeer.com.
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