Oslo, Norway (PRWEB) May 24, 2011
Media Network Services (MNS) today announced the latest US additions to its Global Video Conferencing Network. The new Core Points of Presence (PoPs) located in Atlanta, New York, and Los Angeles, together with the 54 existing PoPs worldwide, enable clients to reliably place HD video calls to arbitrary video endpoints connected to the Internet.
The setup of the additional PoPs in the United States comes as a direct result of the growth MNS experience in the North American market.
“People turn to MNS when they experience that open Internet is not reliable for B2B and global HD quality video conferencing. They want to have the best of two worlds; the reach of Internet and the HD quality that they only experience on their internal closed MPLS networks. MNS combines those two worlds enabling organizations to call arbitrary destinations in HD quality”, says Hans Fredrik Johansen, CEO of MNS.
MNS’ Global Video Conferencing Network combines the reach of Internet with a carrier grade network. Through peering arrangements with local Internet Service Providers (ISP) available in all regions, MNS is a perfectly peered mediator for HD video conferencing across networks. With 57 network PoPs around the world, clients enter and exit the global QoS network at their optimal location over Internet or with a dedicated link for end to end QoS.
About Media Network Services (MNS)
MNS provides a global network service optimized and dedicated to video conferencing traffic. The service is network, equipment, vendor, reseller and service partner agnostic, connecting all the various islands in the video conferencing industry. The result is that the industry as a whole can enable clients to reach arbitrary destinations worldwide (internally, externally and B2B) in HD quality previously only delivered on closed dedicated MPLS networks.
MNS provides its global network service through resellers on all continents. Contact your video conferencing service partner or network provider to get your video conferencing equipment and infrastructure connected to MNS.
Visit http://www.medianetworkservices.com for more information about MNS.