FATHOM™ Achieves Milestone

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Applied Global Technologies' FATHOM technology is now monitoring more than 1,500 ports worldwide. Through its work with global network and conferencing service providers, Fortune 500 customers, and federal/state government agencies, AGT's award winning technology is making a major impact in video adoption

Our deployment of over 1,500 ports is a validation that IT departments and Video Network Managers are placing a high priority on video call quality and success rates to help drive adoption and increase utilization.

Applied Global Technologies, the leader in collaboration managed video services, announces that its FATHOM technology is now monitoring more than 1,500 ports worldwide. Through its work with global network and conferencing service providers, Fortune 500 customers, and federal/state government agencies, AGT's award winning technology is making a major impact in video adoption.

"Even with the relatively low cost of bandwidth and advancements in IP technologies, we still have a strong demand to manage and monitor the IP Video network," stated Mark Cray, Director of Conference Ready Managed Services, Applied Global Technologies. "Our deployment of over 1,500 ports is a validation that IT departments and Video Network Managers are placing a high priority on video call quality and success rates to help drive adoption and increase utilization."

AGT recently launched a new lifecycle support for its managed services customers that utilizes FATHOM.

The service includes:

  •     IP Video network analysis
  •     New site certification/analysis
  •     Endpoint Monitoring/Management
  •     On-going IP Video troubleshooting
  •     Periodic IP Video network baseline testing
  •     IP Video network SLA enforcement
  •     Reporting/Statistics

Coming off a year of record sales, the FATHOM™ technology now offers a level of lifecycle support previously unavailable in the marketplace. While FATHOM™ continues to drive AGT services associated with migration to IP video and the resolution of current video conferencing failures, the new application provides a higher level of IP video managed services.

For more information, contact AGT today.

678-594-4420

About Applied Global Technologies®

Applied Global Technologies® is an award winning innovator of communication technologies and solutions that dramatically improve workplace conferencing and collaboration. As IP experts, AGT offers conference-ready managed video services, mobile and fixed emergency communication systems and on-demand applications.

AGT offers ON DEMAND video conferencing, presentation, recording and streaming services featuring VIDEO PRESENTERTM and VIDEO EVENTS TM. Supplemental solutions include engineering and A/V integration, IP video migration and analysis using FATHOMTM, and billing and utilization management software with NEXUS c/RTM.

In addition to its work in the commercial marketplace, the fourteen-year old private corporation provides conferencing solutions to the Pentagon, branches of the US Military and civilian agencies, as well as numerous federal and state government facilities. The Company's continued advancement in communications is being felt around the world. The company is listed among the fastest growing private companies in America (Inc 500) for the second consecutive year and was recently honored with the Frost & Sullivan Award for Technology Innovation.

AGT partners with those companies that bring value to its customers. Applied Global's current partners include: ACT Teleconferencing, Anteon, ATAlliance, Bell South, Cisco, EDS, Global Crossing, Glowpoint, Infonet, Lockheed, MiCTA, Polycom, SAIC, SkyPort, Sony, Sprint, SRA and VCON.

Applied Global Technologies' international headquarters is located in Rockledge, FL. Its Research & Development operation is based in metro Atlanta, and field support offices are located in Dallas, Durham (CT), Honolulu, Okinawa, Ottawa, Phoenix, Seattle, San Diego, Virginia Beach, and Washington, DC.

http://www.appliedglobal.com

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