Videxio enhances its videoconferencing-as-a-service operations in China with the launch of an expanded service and Chinese language interface
October 19, 2015, Oslo Norway – Videxio, a leading cloud video service provider, has reaffirmed its commitment to operations in China with the launch this month of an expanded Chinese service platform, simplified Chinese user interface and cooperation with Huawei to support a fully automated service for Huawei video systems. These enhancements make it simple and cost effective for organizations, whether they are headquartered in China or are international companies with operations in China, to communicate using cloud video.
“Doing business outside your home market is a challenge for any organization. There are both cultural and time differences to take into account. What is similar in most markets, however, is the need for businesses to communicate in real-time to make faster decisions, reduce misunderstandings and align teams over large distances. Dialing in or calling out? Cloud video could be your best line of communication with China,” says Tom-Erik Lia, CEO of Videxio.
Videxio has expanded its Points of Presence (PoPs) in China, both in Shanghai and in Hong Kong, with several new services and a massive capacity increase. The expanded service platform ensures a quality assured video link from mainland China to Hong Kong and the rest of Videxio’s global network. In practice, this means that all users, whether they are based in or just visiting China, will enjoy the best quality video experience.
“We see many international companies that need a reliable, high quality video connection to help them communicate with their teams, suppliers and partners in China. In addition, the increasing urbanization and large geographical distances in China make video a natural choice internally in the country. For these organizations, choosing a service provider with a local presence helps ensure the quality of the service they receive,” says Paal Braathen, Director of Innovation Norway in Shanghai.
The new service platform is operational from today, including a new user portal, MyVidexio, in simplified Chinese, as well as the brandable software client, My Meeting Video. In addition, the Videxio service now offers fully automated support for Huawei video systems. With this combination of offerings, it has never been easier for Chinese users to schedule, launch or join a video meeting with colleagues and business partners across the globe.
Videxio is a video service provider. Through our reseller partners, we make it easy for organizations of any size to use professional video communications. The unique architecture and operation of Videxio’s cloud-based service allows individual users and businesses to be fully operational in minutes. Videxio has head office locations in Oslo, Norway, and Reston VA USA and sales offices across the world. To learn more, visit www.videxio.com.
For further details:
Tom Erik Lia,
Mobile: +47 98289872,
Director of Marketing,
Mobile: +47 40461025,