RADVISION (Nasdaq: RVSN), a leading technology and end-to-end solution provider for unified visual communications, announced today that Quanta Computer, the world’s largest original design manufacturer (ODM) for notebook computers, has selected RADVISION as the technology provider for its video communications product line. Quanta, which manufactures devices for the world’s leading brands, will integrate unified communications (UC) applications into its mobile devices including its notebooks and tablets. Quanta chose the RADVISION BEEHD video client framework for its out-of-the box video client functionality as well as its framework-level customization flexibility. This enabled Quanta developers to quickly and efficiently embed the RADVISION technology into the Quanta devices. The Quanta UC application, called LiveHD™, runs on desktop and laptop PCs and features a high quality HD 720p/30fps video call experience as well as desktop-sharing and other advanced collaboration features. The LiveHD client turns any PC into a HD UC endpoint. “We evaluated a number of technologies before deciding to standardize on the RADVISION solution,” said Sagin Hsu, associate vice president, Quanta Innovation Center, Business Group of Cloud, Quanta Computer. “BEEHD offers a unique combination of innovation and simplicity from a development standpoint. Additionally, RADVISION’s H.264 Scalable Video Coding (SVC) and NetSense bandwidth adaptation technology enable our video client to sustain a high quality experience regardless of network conditions.” Hsu added, “With this UC solution, Quanta is able to extend its offerings beyond hardware, enabling Quanta’s customers to take advantage of LiveHD to empower their users to participate in effective lifelike video meetings regardless of their location and at a truly affordable price point.” Using Quanta’s embedded hardware encoder camera for H.264 video encoding, desktop, laptop, and ultrabook users can experience HD video call quality while freeing CPU power for other application needs. Quanta also extends LiveHD technology to tablet platforms, enabling on-the-go workers to benefit from meaningful and effective communications. The new video capabilities will allow Quanta’s enterprise customers to communicate efficiently between remote branches and with customers, maintaining a face-to-face communications experience. The solution is also optimized for business-to-consumer (B2C) and consumer-to-consumer (C2C) communications, extending the market opportunity for service providers offering cloud-based video communications.
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