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Smart TV hub Solaborate secures $10M Series A and a go-to-market partnership

When siblings Labinot and Mimoza Bytyqi fled the war in Kosovo in 1999, arriving as refugees on the West Coast of the US, they would have had no idea they’d go on to launch a technology company together. But as adults, the pair set up attacking the $6.7 billion telepresence and video communication category which ...

The world’s longest operating webcam is going offline

In 1994, Jeff Schwartz and Dan Wong fired up the San Francisco FogCam. For 25 years, it kept a constant vigil on the San Francisco State University campus, making the FogCam the longest operating webcam in history. (The first webcam, the Trojan Room coffee *** cam, went online in 1991 and shut down in ...

Hosted video conferencing services make telepresence and collaboration available to anyone, anywhere

07.01.2011 · Posted in Technology Articles

Video conferencing systems have been deployed in large enterprises for a number of years. The use of video communications has been easily justified for multi-national businesses because the ROI calculation is simple ...

Business Video Conferencing, Need of Globalization.

08.28.2009 · Posted in Technology Articles

With the rapid globalization in the world the need of communication has increased manifolds, today large business houses have their units spread all over the world. It requires a huge expenditure of both money and time, if some system is devised that may help ease the communication process without compromising the exchange of information then ...