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About Philippe Galvez

Prior to joining eZuce as Chief Technology Officer, Philippe was co-founder and CEO of Evogh. He secured funding, assembled teams, led development, and brought to market a unique video collaboration platform that currently serves several tens of thousands of active users world-wide. Philippe has also held the position of Senior Research Scientist at the California Institute of Technology for more than 15 years managing R&D activities, and was the principal investigator on several NSF and DOE projects. He initiated and managed an International research network link between Europe and the U.S. for an organization of several thousand users.
  • eZuce SRN Makeover Leads To A Better Collaboration Experience

eZuce SRN Makeover Leads To A Better Video Collaboration Experience

The current eZuce SRN video collaboration service enables the entire research community to quickly participate in a video meeting room. It allows individual researchers to have a persistent connection with their peer colleagues and members of their community. This service has been running independently from the other eZuce video collaboration services leveraging servers and networks […]

  • Agile Development Teams

Hear How Globally Distributed Agile Development Teams Improve Productivity with UC Collaboration

With the evolution of the Internet over the last 10 years, new and very advanced applications have emerged and this trend continues to accelerate. Developing complex software requires deep expertise in several areas. Very often it is challenging, if not impossible to find employees with the right skill set within a 50-mile radius of company […]

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eZuce SRN: The Cloud Video Collaboration Service for International Research Projects and Worldwide Collaboration

The research community heavily promotes daily collaboration and remote participation whenever possible. It is incredible how much progress has been made in collaboration technology over the past years to support the efforts of these research communities. The collaborative work sessions which appear so common and easy to perform today were much more difficult if not […]

  • Gravitational Waves

Video Collaboration Helps Scientists Discover Gravitational Waves

What role did Video Collaboration play in helping Scientists discover gravitational waves? EVO/SeevoghRN (now eZuce SRN) was used by LIGO and other research communities for global video communications, remote virtual collaboration, data sharing, and chat features.
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The First Cloud Based Video Collaboration System

The first cloud based video collaboration system was developed to fulfill the need for a real time, persistent collaboration tool and a platform for researchers and scientists to exchange information.
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Never Miss another Video Conference with this One Tool

Let me share a personal experience I had recently using the Viewme  video collaboration platform which I am sure will resonate with several readers. Everybody’s heard of “El Niño” and how the climatic changes affect the Pacific region every few years. Living in the Los Angeles area, we have been mentally preparing over the past […]

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Why Security and Some Visual Collaboration Tools are like Fire and Water

Firewalls and visual collaboration are like fire and water, two opposing forces.
On one side, firewalls are needed to prevent unwanted communication to reach any devices/users within your organization (including your home network), while visual communication needs to enable open and active communication with the entire world. eZuce can control these opposing forces and provide a […]