Alan Quayle’s (@Alan_Quayle, @TADHack) excellent post on how the Telco’s are missing the point – on and on – and the risk they run in not investing time and bandwidth in understanding the Application economics and innovation behind it. A new partnership between Viber and Nexmo, bringing together Viber’s Messaging Platform and Nexmo’s Chat API…
Google launched “Chromebox for meetings” a low cost UC hardware for business. The system includes Chromebox powered by Intel Core i7 processor, a 1080p HD camera, a pair of microphone and speaker and an RF remote control, and need to setup a display. These Chromebox will be manufactured by ASUS, HP and Dell.
Start a meeting instantly by just clicking a remote once with no dial-In codes, passcodes or PINs. Chromebox for meeting is integrated with Google+ which makes it easy to invite others to a conference.
It allows up to 15 remote participants to join video conference with their laptops, Chromebooks, tablets, smartphones or any other device which supports Hangouts. It can be connected to traditional video conferencing systems using VidyoH2O from Vidyo, participants can also join your conference using conference call number from Uberconference.
Chromebox is available for $999 in United States with an annual service and maintenance fee of $250 (first year fee is included in product’s sales price). Chromeboxes from HP and Dell will be available for meetings in the coming months. Later this year, we plan to launch in Australia, Canada, France, Japan, New Zealand, Spain and the U.K. said Caesar Sengupta, VP, Product Management for Google.
4th generation core i7 processor
HDMI and DisplayPort++
4 USM 3.0 ports
Ethernet and built-in dual band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
HD camera 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels)
RF remote control
Sweekar T M researches the wireless sector for Tonse Telecom