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Arkadin Launches Cloud-Based Video Conferencing Solutions in Korea

Online Video Collaboration-as-a-Service to Meet Shifting Demand for Easy, Affordable and Mobile Face-to-Face Communication

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/04/14 -- Arkadin, an NTT Communications company, and one of the world's largest and fastest growing Unified Communications and Collaboration services providers, announced today the launch ArkadinVideo™ powered by Vidyo® in Korea. The cloud-based service is designed to satisfy the growing demand for easy, affordable and mobile face-to-face meeting solutions. Available in a simple desktop model: ArkadinVideo HD Desktop, the new generation solution is simple to deploy, with a minimal up-front investment. Its high definition [HD] video-image quality delivers life-like, face-to-face collaboration for a 'just like being there' experience.

ArkadinVideo™ powered by Vidyo® can be instantly secured over any internet connection through simple one-click access from desktops or mobile devices. Up to nine video displays are available for multiple participants to securely connect from any computer type. The SaaS delivery model offers fast, scalable deployment with low cost of ownership, resulting in a high ROI.

Vidyo President to Host Seminar on June 24th
Arkadin Korea will host an online seminar to introduce ArkadinVideo™ powered by Vidyo® on June 24th, 2pm. The president of Vidyo Korea, John Shim, will discuss why cloud-based online video conferencing is essential to boost productivity and competitiveness in this video-enabled business environment. To register for the online seminar, please visit: http://www.arkadin.com/kr/solutions/video-conferencing

The video platform features Vidyo's innovative Adaptive Video Layering architecture, and its revolutionary Scalable Video Coding (SVC) technology. This eliminates the need for the MCU infrastructure required in legacy models, resulting in unprecedented stability, high quality, life-like and fluid images, with speeds that are 25x faster.

Additional features/benefits:

  • Intuitive interface with easy-to-use audio and video controls
  • Reservation-less meetings for fast, flexible access from anywhere
  • On the go connectivity from any mobile device
  • Complete range of customer services for easy roll-out, user training, help desk and professional services

Dennis Tanaka, the president of Arkadin Korea, said: "I am delighted to start offering the ArkadinVideo™ powered by Vidyo® solution to Korean customers. Cloud-based video conferencing is becoming a must have productivity tool in Korea which is a highly mobile, global workplace."

ArkadinVideo is immediately available. For more information, please visit: http://www.arkadin.com/kr/solutions/video-conferencing/arkadin-video-powered-vidyo

To register for the online seminar on 24th June, please visit: http://www.arkadin.com/kr/solutions/video-conferencing
(Contacts: 070-4367-4517)

About Arkadin

Arkadin is one of the largest and fastest growing Collaboration Service Providers in the world. With a vision rooted in the belief that progress emerges from people's desire to share, Arkadin offers a complete range of integrated audio, web and video conferencing and Unified Communications solutions. These services are delivered in the cloud for fast, scalable deployment and a high ROI. The company's global network of 53 operating centers in 32 countries has dedicated local support teams to service its 37,000 customers. As an NTT Communications Group company, Arkadin offers the most comprehensive Collaboration and Unified Communications services for meeting customer needs around the world. For more information: www.arkadin.com.

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