Jason Meserve

Articles by Jason Meserve

Polycom gear popular with service providers

Conferencing service providers in the video and audio market are beginning to adopt version 5.0 of Polycom Inc.'s multipoint control unit (MCU) gear with the hopes of offering new applications to customers while reducing operational costs.

VCON unveils ‘simpler’ IP videoconferencing

VCON Inc. this week released an entry-level multipoint control unit (MCU) designed for no-frills IP videoconference calls, as well as enhancements to its product line.

Radvision links mobile, traditional video gear

Radvision Inc. is bringing a piece of science fiction to reality with the release of a new gateway that connects video-enabled mobile phones on a 3G wireless network with traditional videoconferencing equipment on the LAN.

RealNetworks targets the enterprise

With a range of tools, servers and services available for creating, encoding and delivering streaming media, it can be difficult for corporate content creators to know what the correct combination is to get the job done.

Simplifying streaming presentations

Microsoft Corp. is releasing a free tool to help companies create streaming media presentations more easily, eliminating the need for multiple tools to create a single presentation.

New ‘Injustice’ virus spreads political message

A new e-mail borne virus designed to spread a pro-Palestinian message is popping up in some North American mail systems, according to alerts from the major virus vendors.

Methods differ for boosting video content distribution

Like caching vendors attempting to speed the delivery of standard Web pages, Kasenna Inc. and start-up Vividon Inc., are looking to improve the quality of IP-based video by providing systems for ISPs to move content closer to the edge of the network.

Firm looks to capitalize on ‘Net-connected devices

What does your computer do when it is not being used?United Devices, a start-up with US$13 million in venture capital, is ...

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