A group of ex-Tandberg and Cisco executives have launched a software-based video conferencing service that works across traditional hardware systems, the browser and mobile devices. Pexip Infinity is an all-software, pay-as-you-go, virtualized platform that requires no upfront hardware costs. A customer can set up multiple virtual meeting rooms for any number of users. Services like Google Hangout… → Read More
Blue Jeans Network was designed to make cross-platform video conferencing across multiple systems easy. As a result, it’s also seeking to increase availability and usage of video conferencing through enterprises. The company is taking a few steps to do so, with the launch of an upgraded iOS app, and integration with a new, affordable video conferencing endpoint from Tely Labs. → Read More
By integrating with LinkedIn, Blue Jeans will allow users to use their social network credentials to sign in. Once they’ve connected, other users they are video conferencing with will be able to see their headshot, bio, and other information stored on LinkedIn, as it will be automatically uploaded to their Blue Jeans profile. → Read More
Cross-platform video conferencing company Blue Jeans Network announced today that it will integrate with Salesforce.com.
Blue Jeans developed a cloud-hosting video conference service that makes it possible for people using different video conferencing and telepresence systems to talk to each other. So far it works with products from Cisco, Polycom, LifeSize and others, as well as software… → Read More
Blue Jeans Network, an enterprise video conferencing solution to integrate across many platforms, is announcing a major reseller partnership with Intercall, one of the largest audio conferencing and collaboration services vendors.
Dubbed “any(ware) video conferencing,“ Blue Jeans Network bridges together conferencing technology from Cisco/Tandberg, Polycom, Lifesize with consumers platforms… → Read More
Having sold two companies to Cisco, Krish Ramakrishnan knows what it takes to compete with the venerable networking giant.
After leaving Cisco for the second time to be an entrepreneur in residence at Accel Partners, he started Blue Jeans Network three years ago to compete in the video conferencing space. They soon rolled out a product that connects people for video meetings regardless of… → Read More