VSee™ Launches Secure Group Video Chat for Mac® Today

VSee, a provider of intuitive video collaboration services, releases its Mac client today, available at http://www.vsee.com

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Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) December 06, 2011

VSee, a leading provider of video collaboration services, announced today the release of VSee for Mac, a secure group video chat cloud service. The Mac version of VSee is available at http://www.vsee.com.

Now Mac users can benefit from the following:

●    Group video chat (no restrictions on group size)
●    Low bandwidth utilization (enabled by proprietary network sensing technology)
●    Military-grade encryption (FIPS 140-2 256bit AES encryption)
●    Intuitive user experience design based on human factors research

VSee CEO, Dr. Milton Chen says, “Simple and secure video calling remains elusive for the Mac. Our release today brings the VSee experience that has served thousands of enterprises to the Mac.”

Initial customer responses have been extremely positive. “We tested several leading video calling solutions, and the high quality, superior security, and ease of use offered by VSee made it the ideal choice to integrate into the MDLiveCare platform. Even over a mobile 3G connection, the VSee technology provides an impressive, clear telepresence experience for our clients and providers. Now the VSee Mac client transforms any Macbook Air into a telepresence-quality remote patient care terminal,” states Randy Parker, CEO of MDLiveCare.

"We were big Skype and join.me users, but VSee’s high definition video and instant application sharing makes our distributed team more social and productive. The release of VSee for Mac empowers our design team to make faster decisions," affirms Dazhi Chen, CEO of Relevant.

One-click web calling for the Mac will be released at the end of December. Application-sharing, text messaging, and the iPad client are scheduled for release in Q1 of 2012.

VSee for the Mac is available today at http://www.vsee.com.

About VSee
VSee aims to create a commute-free world by making remote work as simple and satisfying as being there in person. VSee provides instant and secure multiparty video calls, application sharing, and file transferring. Its network-sensing technology is optimized for wireless 3G networks and allows for high quality video in remote areas such as Africa, the Middle East, and even Antarctica. VSee’s intuitive design is based on the human factors research of former Stanford University scientists and Professors Terry Winograd (PhD advisor to Google founder Larry Page) and Pat Hanrahan (two time Academy Award winner from Pixar). VSee customers include IBM, Intel, Shell, the United Nations, NASA, and the Navy SEALs. Users include Hillary Clinton, Angelina Jolie, Mandy Moore, and the rock band Linkin Park. VSee investors include In-Q-Tel and Salesforce.com. Get started at http://www.vsee.com.

About MDLiveCare
Founded in 2006, MDLiveCare offers affordable, 24x7x365 healthcare consultations by Web-cam, phone or email, providing convenient access to medical attention after hours, at work, while traveling and in underserved communities. The Company has a nationwide network of U.S. board-certified physicians providing general medical care as well as licensed therapists and certified life coaches. Individual and group plans are available, along with a technology platform for physicians who want to incorporate online patient care into their practices. Find out more at http://www.mdlivecare.com.

About Relevant
Relevant helps restaurants engage their customers in better and smarter ways. Its mobile-based solutions enable restaurants to conduct personalized marketing, gain live feedback, and build intelligent customer profiles. Any restaurant that prints receipts can use its turn-key platform to increase customer loyalty and engagement. Find out more at http://www.relevantmobile.com.

For further information, contact Siu Rui Quek at media(at)vsee(dot)com or 650.996.1331.

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