We are pleased to welcome Avaya and Deutsche Telekom to the OVCC
consortium, said Andrew McFadzen, OVCC
organization today announced the first OVCC
compliant, multi-network video collaboration services offered by service providers under their respective brands*.
members AT&T, Airtel Business, Masergy and Orange Business Services developed the OVCC
compliant interconnect network that supports the new interoperable video services available to enterprise users.
is also providing connectivity using the industry leading AT&T Virtual Private Network to establish the core infrastructure used between OVCC
-compliant video services.
consortium is excited to announce five new members this month.
group is the first to establish policies, procedures, and standards to enable seamless business-to-business and eventually business-to-consumer collaboration via a multi-vendor, multi-network visual communication exchange.
The three new members bring OVCC
membership to 27 companies, more than doubling OVCC
membership just eight months after launching.
Four network service providers have developed the first OVCC
compliant interconnect network that provides the backbone to support video connections between carrier platforms:
With Huawei, OVCC
membership has climbed to 24 companies.
Glowpoint is also an active member of the Open Visual Communications Consortium (OVCC
), and will participate in the initial wave of operators offering the OVCC
compliant B2B service in the Fall of 2012.
The event is also supported by key industry groups, including BICSI, Connected Nation, Connected Texas, DAS Forum, FTTH Council, GreenTouch, IPSO Alliance, Metroplex Technology Business Council, OVCC
, Parks Associates, Pario Solutions, QuEST Forum, Small Cell Forum, Telecom Crash Course and WiFi Alliance.
Sponsored by Polycom, the OVCC
links service provider networks globally to deliver breakthrough video connectivity and interoperability, drive business-to-business (B2B) applications, and help make video collaboration between people and devices as simple and reliable as making a phone call - without regard to network provider, end-point or technology.