Ever since the initial talks about Adobe Air on mobile platforms, the market was breathing heavy with the thought of video conferencing. While we are still waiting for this feature to come out from AIR, GotoMeeting and even WebEx, Fuze Presence has now announed their new video conferencing platform. What makes this so cool is the multi-platform aspect. if you watch the video below, you’ll see how Fuze has taken their platform and integrated it seamlessly into not just mobile platforms, but PC and Mac applications, as well.
According to the press release:
The meeting host will access his or her account from a web browser or can meet from a downloaded app on their mobile device. The host will then start a meeting, enable video conferencing and watch the attendees conveniently access the video conference. In just two clicks, the host can initiate a video meeting quickly and easily.
The presser goes on to say that the video conferencing through Fuze will allow for full 720p video streams, which has been previously unheard of.
While we will still have to wait until 2011 to officially see how well Fuze will function in the real world, the implications made by this are exciting. Sound like something you’d be interested in using? Be sure to let us know in the comments, and hit the break for the full presser, along with a video about the new product.
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