May 31, 2012
Huawei Enters Open Visual Communications Consortium
By , TMCnet Contributor
Open Visual Communications Consortium (OVCC) has added one more member in its group. This time Huawei (News – Alert) Technologies, an ICT solutions provider has joined OVCC to initiate easier communication, collaboration with partners and customers. OVCC is a group of service and solution providers creating the blueprint to deliver high-quality video collaboration that connects any vendor, any network and any device, anywhere.
According to a press release, Huawei has joined the organization as a board member and now OVCC reports 24 companies. The company caters to telecom carriers, enterprises and consumers by providing competitive ICT solutions and services.
“Creating a blueprint to commercialize multi-network, multi-vendor video calls is compelling for the world’s leading service and solution providers, as well as their enterprise customers. Strong OVCC membership and continued growth moves us closer to connecting millions of users globally with high-quality, multi-platform video calls that are as easy to place as a telephone call,” said Andrew McFadzen, OVCC president. “We are excited to welcome Huawei as an OVCC member.”
Huawei Technologies offers customer-centric innovation. The company is dedicated to establish strong partnerships across the carrier networks, enterprise, consumer, and cloud computing fields. The company’s products and solutions are serving many organizations in over 140 countries across the world.
OVCC allows businesses to connect virtually anywhere. OVCC members contribute to and implement the OVCC technical and commercial blueprint, using established standards and best practices to accelerate and commercialize business-to-business video communications.
OVCC members are committed to providing video around the world to enable enterprise users to place and receive video calls beyond corporate firewalls and across standards-based and proprietary video platforms. The first OVCC services are scheduled to launch later this year.
In other company news, TMCnet reported that Huawei Technologies of China had handed over a fully equipped Information Communication Technologies (ICT) laboratory to Ghana’s premiere university, the University of Ghana, Legon.
Edited by Rich Steeves
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