Blue Jeans Network launches cloud-based MCU

Friday 23 March 2012 | 10:28 CET | News
Interoperable video conferencing services specialist Blue Jeans Network has rolled out multipoint control unit (MCU) that gives customers the opportunity to experience multi-way videoconferencing in the cloud. This offering allows customers to licence a variable number of concurrent connections (known as 'virtual ports') from Blue Jeans. In adddition, Blue Jeans offers interoperability. It is the multipoint bridging system that can allow a single video conference to include participants on room-based systems, desktops, and mobile devices that are running business and consumer video endpoints

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Good point for our customers. Liveswitch also does it. what is the specific plan to be competitive with it?
zhen han @ 19/5/2020 - 14:54

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