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New SRN and Viewme Video Collaboration Updates Available Now

New SRN and Viewme Video Collaboration
Updates Available Now
September 27, 2016

eZuce is pleased to announce the release of eZuce SRN 3.4.1. and eZuce Viewme 4.3.4. These new releases contains a number of new features as well as some bug fixes.

The new versions bring major improvements to audio quality for users. We have incorporated work done by […]

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eZuce Expands its Reputable Procare Support Services to sipXcom

Choosing between an open source community release and its commercial version is not a straightforward decision. Differences in feature functionality between open and commercial versions weighed against requirements of the target production environment guides the outcome.

Over the past few years, EZuce Procare has been a significant force behind the success of its Uniteme product, a […]

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eZuce wins 2016 INTERNET TELEPHONY TMC Labs Innovation Award

eZuce Wins 2016 INTERNET TELEPHONY TMC Labs Innovation Award
 

Viewme software-defined video collaboration platform Honored for Exceptional Innovation
ANDOVER, MA, September 7, 2016 — eZuce announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has named Viewme as a 2016 INTERNET TELEPHONY TMC Labs Innovation Award winner presented by INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine

The INTERNET TELEPHONY TMC […]

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sipXcom GA Release 16.04

eZuce is pleased to announce the General Availability Release of sipXcom 16.04. Special thanks for the huge number of community contributions! Check out the new features and fixes here.
By |May 20th, 2016|Categories: News, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |0 Comments
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eZuce SRN Case Study

eZuce's cloud service offer has been providing multi-party video collaboration to education and scientific research institutions and their colleagues for more than twenty years. The Cloud Service Network roots lead back to the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and another Research Community in Geneva, Switzerland with a common interest in the world's most powerful particle accelerator project, the "Large Hadron Collider".