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[October 27, 2011]

Avistar to unveil new conference solution

Oct 27, 2011 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- Avistar Communications Corporation, a provider of unified visual communications solutions, has announced that it will unveil the Avistar C3 Conference solution.

Based on the same architecture as the Avistar C3 Integrator for Citrix solution, The Avistar C3 Conference solution is designed to provide a open and standards based multiparty videoconferencing experience that can be virtualized within platforms such as Citrix XenServer, the company said.

Stephen Epstein, CMO, Avistar, said: "Our technology partners and enterprise business clients are continually looking for ways to deliver industry-leading and differentiated solutions, while lowering the cost of videoconferencing and making these solutions available to a broader base of end users. With the rising cost of hardware-based MCU appliances, and the trend toward virtual and cloud computing, the Avistar C3 Conference solution is emerging as a unique and powerful value proposition for our partners and clients.

"Because the Avistar C3 Conference solution is an all-software platform, it can be easily integrated into Unified Communications and videoconferencing solutions, while being fully virtualized in a server cloud environment. This quickly and dramatically lowers the costs of multiparty videoconferencing while providing a differentiated set of technical features. This is a win/win for our technology partners and enterprise business clients alike." Republication or redistribution, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without prior written consent. Datamonitor shall not be liable for errors or delays in the content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon

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