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April 26, 2016 – SPIRIT DSP, the world's #1 voice and video over IP software engines provider serving more than 1 billion people in 100+ countries, announced today a successful deployment of its VideoMost® server software for HD videoconferencing in the Department of Information and Communication of Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam).
VideoMost® video interactivity eases end enhances communications, helps different departments to synchronize their work and collaborate with each other every day.
“We had a limited budget but high expectations of what we wanted to achieve by integrating of videoconferencing into our work process. All-software VideoMost® has fully met our requirements as we avoided extra costs comparing to expensive hardware equipment while securing our full control over on-premises deployment. Right after VideoMost service being launched we noticed an increase in efficiency of our employees’ collaboration that constantly continues to improve", says Mr. Vo Hoang son - Head of Projects Management - Information and Communication Technology Institute Ho Chi Minh City.
"We believe that VideoMost® is the best choice for the Vietnamese customers from governmental and corporate sectors including manufacturing, finance, medicine, education etc. because of premier HD quality of voice and video as well as comprehensive functionality that VideoMost delivers, including mobile endpoints, massively scalable architecture, ease and speed of deployment, and integration with the City’s security systems. ", says Hai Nguyen, CEO of NewTel, local integrator who helped with VideoMost® deployment into the City’s ICT infrastructure.
VideoMost® extends high-quality videoconferencing to Android and iOS mobile devices, allowing users to participate in a web meeting from office, home or on the road. Support of the SIP protocol and WebRTC expands VideoMost flexibility and interoperability. Every VideoMost session can be recorded, stored and played again, should any vexed questions show up later on, which is critical for governmental affairs.
“We are pleased to expand VideoMost® presence in Vietnam with yet another successful project that contributes to economic and social development of the country”, says Andrew Sviridenko, Chairman of SPIRIT DSP. “With low costs, mobility, unprecedented scalability, wide range of collaboration tools and unmatched manageability VideoMost® is well positioned to become the first choice of governmental and enterprise customers in developing countries”.
VideoMost® is an award-winning massively multipoint web- videoconferencing software-only product, enabling telecom carriers, service/SaaS providers, software vendors and enterprises to deliver a self-branded HD SVC videoconferencing service from the cloud or with on-premise installation. The software supports up to 100 fully interactive video participants in a conference room plus video broadcast to 1500 more people. VideoMost® software server supports unprecedented 1000 concurrent video channels per $4000 PC hardware, dramatically cutting down service providers' costs for hardware server infrastructure. VideoMost® is uniquely universal, and includes admin controls with single authorization and contact lists; desktop/file sharing, recording and messaging capabilities; LDAP support, integration with emails and calendars, SIP support for legacy videoconferencing endpoints; presence and more functions.
About SPIRIT DSP
SPIRIT DSP is the world's #1 voice and video over IP (VoIP) engines provider. SPIRIT's innovative carrier-grade voice and video software platform is used by carriers, OEMs and software developers, serving more VoIP users than Skype. SPIRIT DSP software platforms serve more than 1 billion users in 100 countries. SPIRIT DSP software is licensed to / powers popular products from global technology leaders including Apple, Adobe, ARM, AT&T, Avaya, Blizzard, BroadSoft, BT, China Mobile, Dialogic, Ericsson, HP, HTC, Huawei, Korea Telecom, Kyocera, LG U+, Mitel, Microsoft, NEC, Oracle, Polycom, Reliance, Samsung, Skype, Texas Instruments, Toshiba, Viber, ZTE, among more than 250 others.