Press Release: New Android Mobile Video Support through GCS Cloud-Based Service
New service provides Android users with video, audio and H.239 data collaboration
MINNEAPOLIS (January 15th, 2013) – Global Conferencing Solutions (GCS) now supports Android devices with its cloud-based video conferencing service. In collaboration with Radvision’s Scopia Mobile client, GCS now extends Unified Communication capabilities to anywhere mobile broadband or WiFi is available, making video conferencing as simple as a phone call. The Radvision Scopia client is a secure, reliable and user-friendly platform that can facilitate virtually any combination of video-enabled devices (BYOD) including standards-based video endpoints, PC and Mac computers, iOS devices, Microsoft Lync clients, immersive telepresence systems and other Android devices.
The new Android app allows users to experience simultaneous viewing of video and data, initiate video calls, share and archive content and moderate meetings. Scopia Mobile is the industry’s first standards-based mobile video application to enable HD video conferencing and H.239 data collaboration with the over two million installed standards-based video conferencing and telepresence systems worldwide.
Scopia Mobile by Radvision, an Avaya company, is a free application available for download through the Google Play Store. Scopia Mobile for Android is compatible with Android 2.1 or better with a minimum of 1 Ghz Dual core processor. For more information about connecting via GCS Cloud-Based services call (888) 851-4950.
About Global Conferencing Solutions:
Global Conferencing Solutions is a cloud-based service provider that leverages the latest technology from Radvision and Avaya to provide video collaboration solutions to organizations around the globe. As a true unified communications company, GCS connects a wide array of platforms including standards-based video endpoints, PC and Mac computers, Android and iOS mobile devices, Microsoft Lync clients, telephones and immersive telepresence systems. For more information, visit www.gcshd.com or call (888) 851-4950.