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Verizon Enters HD Videoconferencing Market

Verizon Business expanded its teleconferencing capabilities by adding high-definition videoconferencing to its services. Verizon's HD video provides 1280x720 resolution and a transmission speed of 30 frames per second.

Verizon Business expanded its teleconferencing capabilities by adding high-definition videoconferencing to its services. Verizon's HD video provides 1280x720 resolution and a transmission speed of 30 frames per second.

"High definition video conferencing offers an improved, immediate, and cost-effective alternative to in-person meetings," said Mike Marcellin, vice president of product marketing for Verizon Business. "This new service is one of several advancements we are rolling out to help our customers collaborate more effectively, boost their productivity, and meet their goals to 'go green.'"

Other advancements announced include Mobile Conference Connection, which allows workers to initiate or join a conference call with a few clicks on any BlackBerry or Microsoft Windows Mobile smart phone or PDA; Sub-Conferencing, which allows conference leaders to create virtual breakout rooms during a live conference call; Instant Scheduler, which now has a plug-in for Microsoft Outlook that enables conference leaders to include Instant Meeting and Instant Net details when sending Outlook invitations; and Instant Meeting Instant Scalability, which makes it easy to temporarily increase the number of lines available for a conference call.



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