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 […]
eZuce is pleased to announce the release of eZuce SRN 3.3.2. Two exciting new features have been added to this version: SIP calling and Universal Player.
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".