MNS partner StarLeaf integrates REC.VC recording with its cloud service

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Media Network Services (MNS), a global provider of value added cloud applications and network services for visual communications, today announced that StarLeaf, a global video conferencing service provider and manufacturer, has integrated and added MNS’ REC.VC recording to its cloud service.

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REC.VC fulfils our requirements for a recording cloud service and their API enables us to accelerate introductions of new innovations.

Media Network Services (MNS), a global provider of value added cloud applications and network services for visual communications, today announced that StarLeaf, a global video conferencing service provider and manufacturer, has integrated and added MNS’ REC.VC recording to its cloud service.

“We are delighted to partner with StarLeaf and to provide our REC.VC recording cloud service to StarLeaf customers through this fully integrated solution,” said Hans Fredrik Johansen, CEO of MNS. “StarLeaf’s integration is a great example of how easy recording and playback should be for video conferencing users and it is a great testimony to the power of the REC.VC API.”

StarLeaf integrated REC.VC cloud service was launched on February 8th and is offered to StarLeaf customers as an add-on subscription.

“We see strong demand for recording video meetings and expect the new capability to be very popular among our users,“ said Mark Loney, CEO of StarLeaf. “REC.VC fulfills our requirements for a recording cloud service and their API enables us to accelerate introductions of new innovations.”

REC.VC is available to resellers and service providers with white label interface or API for integration with existing video conferencing user interfaces.

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