Citrix Systems Wednesday introduced VideoFrame 1.0, a streaming video and audio
server product designed to be tightly integrated with server-based computing
VideoFrame allows mission-critical video and audio applications
to be quickly deployed within a corporation, and can support branch office
growth and global expansion.
Companies can use VideoFrame to disseminate information such as sales
presentations, on-demand training, education, company messaging, and
seminars. Employees can access the video applications immediately on demand.
Administrators can centrally manage multiple VideoFrame servers, media
streams and published content across the enterprise – all from a single
“As Citrix aggressively expands its product portfolio, video and audio
applications will play a growing role in our server-based business strategy,”
said Mark Templeton, president and chief executive officer of Citrix.
First Union, the nation’s sixth largest bank holding company and eighth
largest brokerage, is currently piloting a VideoFrame implementation that ultimately will enable employees
to work from home instead of commuting to offices.