Virtex Announces New Four Screen Web Conferencing Service

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Service cuts wasted business travel time for greater productivity and leisure time.

Virtex International today introduced their four-screen version of the Virtex C3 web conferencing, webinar and collaboration service. The new system addresses frustrations associated with business travel to meetings, conferences, seminars and customer meetings, whether by air, road or rail. Virtex is a pioneer of next generation, online, three-dimensional virtual exhibitions.

Steve Martin, CEO, well understands the problems of business travel. “I travelled a lot each year for meetings with clients and attendance at seminars and conferences. Often, I found I only wanted to attend some, not all, of the sessions at conferences. And, when I visited clients, I might have four or five hours of travel time for a one hour meeting. I calculated I could give myself an extra 35 days a year by cutting out wasted excess travel.”

The C3 utilizes four screens for interactive face-to-face video and integrated VOIP audio, permitting users to see and hear each other without having to use the telephone. Possible interactions range from a small group of two or three people to webcasts and conferences with thousands of participants, providing flexibility and convenience for all parties involved.

“With our new four-screen service, you can feel you're having a real face-to-face online meeting,” explains Martin. “That will be an even greater incentive to cut out wasteful travel time. Both an individual's productivity and their job satisfaction can soar - and I feel sure they'll gain much more satisfying leisure time. That's good for them and good for their companies.”

The hosted service, easily used from a PC or notebook, includes features such as PowerPoint or Flash slide shows, whiteboard, feedback polling, sharing files and documents, streaming video presentations and interactive chat. Charges are now only 15c per user minute, with discounted rates available to volume users.

Further details on the Virtex C3 web conferencing and collaboration service are available at A live demonstration, best used with speakers or headphones enabled, is available at

About the Company

Formed in 1995, Virtex was the first company worldwide to develop an on-line exhibition and conference in partnership with Electronic Telegraph in 1996. It is now one of the leading developers and providers of on-line collaboration, communications and broadcast solutions. The Virtex C3 suite of web conferencing solutions has been developed to provide customers with efficient, cost-effective and flexible ways to communicate online with staff, customers, suppliers, partners and others.


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