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Blue Jeans Network expands to Australia

Friday 13 September 2013 | 02:25 CET | News
Interoperable video collaboration provider Blue Jeans Network has officially expanded its service to Australia. The company will establish a Sydney based Point of Presence (POP), targeted for early 2014 or sooner, and Blue Jeans Network is also building a local team and HQ, with country manager Tom Longhurst already appointed. Australia is currently the sixth largest market for Blue Jeans Network, with over one million call minutes already consumed, by 60,000 participants from 169 companies.

Categories: Internet
Companies: Blue Jeans Network
Countries: Australia
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