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Spotlight: Blue Jeans unveils remote videoconferencing capability with iOS app

Blue Jeans Networks on Wednesday unveiled a remote videoconferencing capability for its cloud-based videoconferencing product, which includes an iOS app.

Avaya's new SBC beefs up security of remote and mobile UC capabilities

Unified communications (UC) provider Avaya has unveiled a new enterprise session border controller (SBC) designed to beef up collaboration security for remote and mobile workers.

Siemens unveils 2 new products in its OpenScape UC portfolio

Siemens Enterprise Communications unveiled on Tuesday its OpenScape Enterprise and OpenScape Business unified communications (UC) products.

Thinking Phone inks deal with Intelisys to provide ThinkingSuite cloud UC platform

Thinking Phone Networks, a provider of cloud-based unified communications (UC), inked a deal this week with Intelisys, a telecom master agent, to provide cloud-based UC services throughout its organization.

IDC: Cisco ups lead over Polycom in enterprise videoconferencing and telepresence market

Cisco increased its lead in the enterprise videoconferencing and telepresence market over Polycom last quarter, according to the latest stats from IDC.

Spotlight: Logitech unveils desktop webcam

Computer peripherals maker Logitech has unveiled a desktop webcam designed for the enterprise videoconferencing market.

Radvision launches software-based Scopia Elite 6000 MCU, video network monitoring tools

Avaya's Radvision has launched its software-based Scopia Elite 6000 Series multipoint control unit (MCU) for videoconferencing and video network monitoring tools.  Radvision can enable remote participation through its Scopia Desktop and Scopia Mobile platforms, which the new MCU supports.

Google, Mozilla, Opera team to develop common WebRTC platform

MIAMI--WebRTC is a "completely disruptive" technology that will eliminate barriers to the use of video in enterprise, predicted Scott Wharton, CEO of cloud-based video-conferencing firm Vidtel.

LifeSize videoconferencing business drags down Logitech's earnings

Logitech is taking a $211 million accounting charge against its fiscal year 2013 third quarter earnings due to a slowdown in its videoconferencing business, particularly the LifeSize unit, the company said in a statement.

AT&T and Polycom ink deal on cloud-based videoconferencing

AT&T is teaming with Polycom to offer cloud-based videoconferencing services, the firms said Tuesday.