AGT Establishes a New Video Protocol that Enables Mobile Video Conferencing on Any Device to Any MCU With No Configuration or IT Support

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Mobile Pathway is the first universal standard to extend all new and existing video conferencing environments by allowing connections from any device, anywhere, anytime. Your smartphone, tablet, and laptop can now connect effortlessly with any high definition video conferencing system.

Applied Global Technologies (AGT), the leading managed services and UC technology provider for interactive and mobile video conferencing solutions, has developed an advanced communications protocol for mobile video. Mobile Pathway sets the standard for integrating mobile video conferencing with unified communications and telepresence environments. With a simple download of an app or launch of a web browser, smartphones, tablets, and laptops are enabled with Mobile Pathway. Once a device is enabled with Mobile Pathway it can easily and securely connect with high definition video conferencing systems without requiring any special firewall traversal devices or configuration from IT.

Mobile Pathway is truly a UC transformational leap because it doesn’t rely on restrictive multi-port protocols. While legacy protocols such as H.323 and SIP are appropriate for conference room systems, they don’t allow for easy, hassle-free connectivity from any network to any network because of the numerous open ports required by these antiquated standards.

The Mobile Pathway protocol leverages secure, already open standard web ports to enable video communication with smartphones, tablets, and laptops. This provides true video mobility for any mobile device regardless of whether or not it’s tethered to an enterprise network.

Simple in design, powerful in delivery, Mobile Pathway enables anyone with a mobile device to sit on any network and securely video conference to any location without software to download or special network ports to open. For mobile devices, no registering with gatekeepers or purchasing and configuring special firewall traversal devices, just simple secure connectivity using standard web ports.

AGT is delivering Mobile Pathway on the ENCORE UC Video Platform to businesses, government, educational institutions and service providers. Acting as a mobile video conferencing gateway to existing video conferencing infrastructures, AGT’s ENCORE UC Video Platform allows mobile devices to securely and easily connect with high definition video conferencing systems.


Ben Atha, CTO and co-founder, Applied Global Technologies
“This firewall-ready technology truly enables you to use any mobile device on any network around the world without purchasing expensive firewall traversal hardware or using valuable IT resources.”

Mike Valletutti, CEO, Applied Global Technologies
“Mobile Pathway is an incredible game changing technology for business. Now physicians and hospitals can connect to their patients immediately, new business clients can be connected instantly, and your mobile workforce will have all personal devices accessible, and secure. The real world value a professional can gain by being able to carry the entire resources of their organization with them on a tablet is immeasurable.”

About Applied Global Technologies, LLC
AGT is the leading managed services and UC technology provider for interactive and mobile video conferencing solutions. Sponsored by Georgia Tech, one of the nation's top research universities in software development and engineering, AGT designs and builds award winning UC technologies and services. AGT technologies improve the quality and performance of video conferencing across IP networks and deliver the highest level of interoperability between smartphones, tablets, laptops, and HD video conferencing systems. With innovative Managed and Cloud based Services, AGT provides enterprises with a cost effective scalable way to implement unified communications. Since 1993, AGT has been developing a wide range of solutions for Distance Education, State Government, Federal/DOD, Fortune 1000, SMB, and Service Providers. Learn more at


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