LifeSize Demonstrates HD Solutions to Sharpen Business Agility and Competitive Edge
SINGAPORE - LifeSize today held a roadshow in Singapore as part of a series of events happening across Asia Pacific targeting key IT decision makers. Through these events, LifeSize aims to demonstrate how video and unified communications can aid businesses in lowering costs and improving productivity through intelligent investments in video telepresence solutions.
The second stop of the series, the Singapore event drew some 150 participants, following India where over 250 executives experienced how developments in HD video conferencing is enabling enterprises with a high-performance multi-media communications platform that is easy to setup and cost-effective. According to Frost & Sullivan, the enterprise video market is growing at a phenomenal rate, which doubled from 2005 to 2010 and is expected to double again by 2015. For Asia Pacific in 2010, Frost & Sullivan has pegged the market at US$590 million; growing to US$1.2 billion by 2015, a CAGR of 16%.
With solutions such as LifeSize Video Center for HD video streaming on mobile devices like smart phones and tablets, and LifeSize Passport, the most flexible, affordable and easy-to-use HD video communications system on the market, organizations can now benefit from greater communication reach and accessibility to both desk-tied executives and mobile road warriors alike.
LifeSize is currently the only video conferencing company certified with both Microsoft and Skype, with a full portfolio of open and interoperable video communications systems, webcams and headsets that work seamlessly with leading UC solutions. With the recent consolidation in the industry, it places LifeSize on good footing to move towards its vision of being able to provide HD video communication solutions to anyone, anywhere.
LifeSize Communications roadshows across Asia Pacific will enable participants to learn how to stay at the top of their industries through video and unified communications. Over the last five years, technological advancements for video communications have given way to providing higher quality, better performance, lower costs of deployment and ease of business and life continuity management with comprehensive solutions.