FuzeBox Leads The Way in Next-Gen Video Conferencing, Adding 50,000 New Enterprise Users in Q1 With 30% of the Fortune 500 Represented
Company continues to rapidly innovate by introducing high quality screen sharing available on any device or room-based telepresence system directly from an iPad
Today, FuzeBox, the global leader in real-time visual collaboration announces a significant update to their native iPad and iPhone apps and reports 200 percent growth in users quarter-over-quarter with adoption in 30 percent of the Fortune 500 companies. The company continues to redefine video conferencing and collaboration for the next decade fueled by cloud computing, mobile device penetration, and standards-based interoperability.
In an industry-first for online meetings, Fuze now enables iPad users to:
- Initiate a Fuze video conference with up to 12 HD streams.
- Screen share content via the in-app iPad browser, or from the cloud-based storage including Dropbox.
- Ability to annotate on content and automatically stream to meeting participants.
- Ability to shoot video from the built-in iPad camera, upload it, and share with participants at full HD resolution.
- Fully optimized resolution and screen sharing across varying end point screen sizes and network connection speeds.
Other new features for the iPad include full capabilities for users to start meetings on behalf of someone else and ease-of-use improvements including quick gesture-controlled layout of multiple video streams, and simplified user interface design and work-flow.
Leveraging FuzeBox’s core investments in device interoperability, the iPad and iPhone apps allow meeting attendees to connect across mobile devices, laptops, desktops, and room-based video conferencing systems. Supported systems include Polycom, Tandberg, LifeSize, Teliris, and other H.323 and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) systems. FuzeBox technology enables multiple collaborators to meet and communicate online while automatically accommodating varying network connections, hardware platforms, screen-resolutions, and audio connection services.
“FuzeBox aims to provide the iPad-carrying road warrior with best way to meet and conduct business on the move. Our native-iOS Fuze app now equips professionals – whether in the office or on the road – with crucial collaboration and content sharing tools that were previously inaccessible outside of boardrooms,” says Jeff Cavins, CEO of FuzeBox. “With cloud-based content sharing, the ability to interface with any kind of telepresence system, and support for every operating system and mobile device, users can turn their iPad or iPhone into a mission-critical business command center.”
FuzeBox is seeing 200 percent growth in demand quarter-over-quarter, with 50,000 new enterprise subscribers added in the first quarter 2013, and adoption across 30 percent of the Fortune 500. Customers range from Fortune 500 members Kellogg’s and GM, to innovative startups Evernote and Spotify.
To learn more about FuzeBox:
Founded in 2009, FuzeBox’s mission is to improve the way that companies and professionals meet, collaborate, and conduct business. Many of the Fortune 500 rely on FuzeBox technology for flawless presentations, online meetings, marketing webinars, screen sharing, and collaboration. FuzeBox also allows you to easily solve common interoperability issues between expensive telepresence communications systems, significantly improving your ROI on communications spending. Anywhere, anytime, any device.
- Contact Information
- Kayvan Farzaneh
- Senior Manager
- VSCpr for FuzeBox
- (1) (415) 677-9125
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