Radvision backs mobile, releases v3 conferencing app

Radvision is backing a growing trend of employees using their own devices for work activities with its SCOPIA Mobile v3 application.

The app is available for download from the Apple App Store and allows standards-based videoconferencing and data collaboration via iPhone or iPad.

Radvision is providing click to participate capabilities to allow users to join standards based videoconferences with full two-way video and the ability to see up to 28 participants simultaneously.

Through the SCOPIA video infrastructure, SCOPIA Mobile can connect to telepresence systems, standards-based HD video conferencing systems and unified communications applications such as Microsoft Lync.

Users have the ability to view presentations, spreadsheets, documents and images shared in a conference with standards-based H.239 data collaboration. Participants can also review previously shared materials without interrupting the presenter using a data collaboration/slider function.

SCOPIA Mobile allows users to start or stop recording or streaming, lock a conference or end the meeting. Additionally, they can view the participants list and mute background noises, stop cameras or simply disconnect unwanted participants. Video layouts can be changed using the simple multi-touch-enabled interface. The application allows users to view statistics such as codecs in use, resolution, network speed and loss for troubleshooting.

It is mobile broadband and Wi-Fi capable and integrated firewall traversal is included. Radvision’s NetSense bandwidth estimation and adaptation technology is designed to ensure high quality on mobile internet connections.

SCOPIA Mobile v3 is available now for download in the Apple App Store.

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