Lotusphere, Orlando, FL (PRWEB) January 10, 2012
VSee (http://www.vsee.com) announces that for the Lotusphere 2012 conference it will release a plugin for IBM Sametime that allows for one-click web video calling . Unlike the Skype plugin for Facebook, VSee is secure and includes HD group video chat and application sharing features. Lotusphere 2012 is being held next week, January 15-19, 2012 at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort. VSee will be in booth #810.
One of the themes of Lotusphere 2012 is using collaboration solutions to make enterprises more agile and social. VSee is a collaboration tool based on Stanford University human factors research that creates a more social customer experience and accelerates relationship-building in the sales work flow. VSee is designed to convey and increase trust in teams and with customers. Enterprises can embed a simple VSee web plugin on their web sites, and VSee will then link with IBM Sametime on the backend.
Created by the co-author of the XMPP video standard, Dr. Milton Chen, VSee is a managed, secure peer-to-peer group video chat and application sharing software. Its unique network sensing approach allows HD telepresence video over standard Windows and Mac laptops even when the network is poor. This has allowed IBM to deploy VSee globally to more than 50 countries and 5000 users where VSee performs exceptionally well in IBM China.
“Lotusphere 2012 is the perfect venue to release VSee web video calling. Enterprises are becoming more social and VSee brings a live face to the sales work flow,” says Dr. Milton Chen, CEO of VSee.
VSee is free for commercial and government use without support. Supported VSee starts at $10/user/month. VSee customers include the U.S. Congress, Navy SEALs, NASA; investors include Salesforce.com. Visit http://www.vsee.com.
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 group video chat, application-share, and file-transfer. 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.
For further information, contact Anne Chang at media(at)vsee(dot)com or call 626-513-1824