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Vidyo Powers Today’s Mission-Critical Video Collaboration
Mercy“With Vidyo we are able to do many things a bedside physician can do, except physically touch a patient. We can see the entire room, from the drips to the ventilator panel, to how the patient looks. We can talk to the family, patient or nurses in the room.”
Wendy Deibert, Vice President of Telehealth Services at Mercy
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium“The AFHCAN Telehealth program has more than 1,500 active providers in its network at any one time, with an average of 500 new providers each year. There’s a daily challenge of how best to reach out and connect with more than 200 sites scattered over 37 autonomous organizations at the end of land lines, satellite links, microwave towers, sea cables, you name it. For our complex world, we needed something that just works, period. That’s Vidyo.” Dr. Stewart Ferguson, CIO, ANTHC
CERN“At the levels of Big Science at which CERN is engaged, the quality, reliability, and scalability of our video conferencing technology cannot be underestimated – and Vidyo meets the challenge.” Frédéric Hemmer, Head of IT at CERN
The Video Collaboration Platform
Engineered for Performance and Scale
Native HD and multipoint capability combine high fidelity, remarkable efficiency, and incredibly low latency for natural interaction.
Exclusive dynamic adaption technology sustains conferences on links with variable bandwidth and up to 20% packet loss. No other solution even comes close.
A software-powered design leapfrogs the transcoding bottleneck to streamline integration and affordably scale to support thousands of participants.