Not long after Microsoft unveiled its new Lync 2010 unified communications technology, startup ViVu says it’s getting close to releasing a multiparty video conferencing service for the platform.
ViVu already offers a video conferencing service for VoIP provider Skype’s platform, and CEO Sudha Valluru explained that customers were asking for a comparable product for Microsoft Lync. ViVu is all too happy to comply, and is currently beta testing its VuRoom for Lync product, which it plans to release next month. VoIP Planet has the story.
ViVu, a Silicon Valley startup with a high-definition (HD) solution for handling multiparty video conferencing over Skype, announced Wednesday that it is nearing release of VuRoom Multiparty Videoconferencing for Microsoft Lync, Microsoft’s Lync 2010 unified communications product, launched last week.
Cupertino, Calif.-based ViVu sells both an inexpensive video telepresence solution, called VuRoom, and VuCast, a large-scale Webcasting service — both available on a subscription basis.