MNS Launches VideoRoaming for Any-to-Any Video Communication

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Media Network Services (MNS) Launches VideoRoaming for Any-to-Any Video Communication. Any device, any vendor, any network, any business

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In a world where an increasing number of companies want to use video conferencing for B2B meetings, VideoRoaming is the first to address the challenges of any-to-any video communication.

Agnostic to any device and any vendor, VideoRoaming addresses the challenges of routing video traffic across arbitrary networks and between businesses in a quality conscious and latency efficient manner.

“For B2B video meetings with your customers or partners, your corporate network will not provide you with the required reach and Internet will not provide you with the desired quality. With VideoRoaming we combine the quality of your corporate network with the reach of Internet, giving you a predictable high quality regardless of when and where you video call”, says Hans Fredrik Johansen, CEO of Media Network Services (MNS).

VideoRoaming users connect to the closest VideoRoaming Access Point using their existing Internet connection. Long-haul video traffic within the region or between regions is transported within VideoRoaming’s Global Quality of Service (QoS) Network. All parties in a video call benefit from the VideoRoaming service as long as one side is a VideoRoaming user.

“Any Video Conferencing Service Provider and Internet Service Provider can easily become VideoRoaming compliant and provide VideoRoaming to their clients, increasing recurring revenue for the provider and increasing the ROI that clients get on their video conferencing investments”, say Kjell Oksendal, CMO and SVP Global Alliances at MNS.

About Media Network Services (MNS)
MNS provides network services and infrastructure as a service to Video Conferencing Service Providers and Internet Service Providers.

VideoRoaming ( provides video conferencing users with the best quality and reach regardless of when and where they video call. ( provides video conferencing users with easy-to-use Virtual Meeting Rooms (VMR) on the next generation Multipoint Control Unit (MCU).

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