If Spin was only another iPhone/iPad video conferencing app, I would not be writing this, but what I found is much more intriguing.
The world of communications and collaborating continues to amaze me. I was recently contacted by Thomas Engdahl, CEO of a company called Net Power and Light to do a demo of a new video conferencing product called Spin. After a couple of false starts to do a demo (@$!% 3G bandwidth!), we were finally able to get together and do a really in-depth demonstration of the technology and the capabilities that are in Spin.
Initially I thought Spin was a consumer /social product, but Thomas told me that, while that was the roots of the company, they are now focused on the enterprise and especially a few key verticals. Spin is only available today for the iPhone and iPad as an iOS app in the Apple App Store. If Spin was only another iPhone/iPad video conferencing app, I would not be writing this, but what I found is much more intriguing.