AGT Launches a Mobile Video Conferencing Strategy That Redefines How Unified Communications and Tele-Presence are Delivered

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AGT releases new web site, research, and innovative UC technology platforms and services.

The proliferation of video enabled mobile devices has completely changed how enterprises will communicate in the next few years.

Applied Global Technologies(AGT) is announcing the release of its new website that includes mobile video conferencing and Unified Communications research vital to Video & UC Managers, IT Directors, and Department Heads. The explosion of growth in UC driven by the convergence of Tele-presence and mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads, and PC’s is forever changing the way that organizations use video conferencing. AGT has developed a variety of innovative UC technologies and Managed and Cloud based video conferencing services that will enable business, government, and educational enterprises to prepare for tomorrows video communications.

AGT’s web site guides Video & UC Managers, IT Directors, Department Heads, and potential partners through the UC video technologies and Managed and Cloud based video conferencing services that AGT has developed. These solutions are enabling business and government enterprises to light up conference rooms and mobile devices with video across the globe. Many other manufacturers and service providers stake the very same claim, but with restricted access, many limitations, and at great cost. AGT delivers true video mobility across high definition video conference rooms, smart phones, tablets, and PC’s without a hassle to IT, and without the complexity and cost of special firewall devices and hardware.

AGT’s white paper on “Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) for Video Conferencing” discusses the impact of the Gartner report “Market trends: Videoconferencing Worldwide, 2011” which indicates that organizations will grow their video-enabled UC deployments by an average of 340% by the end of 2012. The paper investigates how Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) can provide the right solution for enterprises preparing to stay in front of this growth.

AGT’s white paper entitled “UC Video Platform for Ubiquitous Video Conferencing” discusses how AGT’s ENCORE UC platform overcomes the current roadblocks and traditional barriers of true video mobility. These traditional barriers which have held videoconferencing back from mass adoption are no longer going to be accepted by the enterprise user with a smart, fast mobile device. Amongst many other solutions to these common barriers, the paper discusses how AGT’s Mobile Pathway protocol allows enterprise users from any network to connect to users on any other network by leveraging an already open, secure network web port.

AGT’s white paper entitled “Predicting MCU Port Requirements of Mobile Video” uses the Danish mathematician A.K. Erlang’s model of prediction to determine port capacities needed to support the mobile videoconferencing workforce. The white paper studies several usage scenarios including scheduled and ad-hoc meetings and the impact of mobile video. AGT’s new website includes an interactive tool based on Erlang’s model that allows site visitors to input their own usage scenarios.

About Applied Global Technologies, LLC
AGT is the leading managed services and UC technology provider for interactive video conferencing solutions for business, government, and service providers. With its roots in software development and engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, AGT has built and designed award-winning UC products created to increase the quality and performance of video conferencing across IP networks while delivering the highest level of interoperability between room systems, desktop users, and mobile devices. Since 1993, AGT has been developing a wide range of client solutions spanning distance education, state government, Federal/DOD, Fortune 1000, and SMB. Learn more at


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