Vatican chooses video conferencing platform
The Vidyo platform will be used for communications between employees and clergy in central offices such as the Governatorate and the Roman Curia, and in other offices in all continents, TMC Net reports.
Officials with Vidyo said that the company’s platform was selected as it offered exceptional quality over any connection and allowed users to join conferences from a variety of desktop and mobile endpoints.
“We’re seeing a steadily growing number of companies deploying Vidyo’s platform – either switching from their old legacy system or investing in a video conferencing and collaboration system for the first time because of our higher quality, lower costs and superior range of options that span HD room systems, desktops, laptops and mobile devices,” said Eric Le Guiniec, general manager for EMEA at Vidyo, in a statement.
Vatican City Selects Vidyo Video Conferencing Technology (TMC Net)