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  • Video Collaboration Software Maker ViVu Acquired By Polycom

    Video Collaboration Software Maker ViVu Acquired By Polycom

    Polycom, provider of telepresence, video and voice solutions, this morning announced that it has acquired ViVu, a privately- held video collaboration software company. The deal was signed last Friday, for undisclosed cash consideration, and Polycom expects the transaction to be neutral to earnings. ViVu raised $3 million from Inventus Capital Partners, DFJ and Quest Venture Partners back… Read More

  • Chip Maker AMD Invests In Video Conferencing Startup ViVu

    Chip Maker AMD Invests In Video Conferencing Startup ViVu

    Through its Fusion Fund program, chip maker AMD has injected an undisclosed amount of capital into ViVu, a startup that specializes in desktop videoconferencing solutions. Read More

  • ViVu Launches Video Collaboration Plug-In For Skype

    ViVu Launches Video Collaboration Plug-In For Skype

    ViVu, an online video conferencing platform, has launched an easy to use plug-in that enables multi-user video conferencing on Skype (which has over 521 million users). Called VuRoom, the plug-in allows users to video conference, share presentations and their desktops and more with large groups. ViVu’s “video as a service” lets anyone create a live video webcast that can be… Read More

  • ViVu Raises $3 Million For Online Video Conferencing Platform

    ViVu Raises $3 Million For Online Video Conferencing Platform

    ViVu, an online video conferencing platform, has raised $3 million in Series A funding led by Inventus Capital Partners, with Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Quest Venture Partners and entrepreneur Bill Carrico participating. The company says that the new financing will be used for sales and marketing efforts. ViVu’s “video as a service” lets anyone create a live video webcast that… Read More