FuzeBox, Inc. announced videoconferencing products that take to the cloud. Fuze Meeting, an iPad app available from Apple’s App Store, turns the device into one capable of starting and hosting telepresence-compatible meetings. The company’s Fuze Hosted Telepresence Connect technology now available as a cloud-based hosted solution for mobile and desktop devices. It allows Fuze sessions to connect to Polycom, Tandberg, LifeSize, Teliris and other telepresence systems without installing any on-site equipment.
FuzeMeeting allows secure multi-party videoconferencing and collaboration with telepresence systems. It will also record meetings and offers gesture-based touchscreen annotation of shared documents. For a monthly subscription, users can have unlimited meeting, toll-free numbers and certain levels of storage and participants.
According to the company, FuzeMeeting has 2.5 million registered users worldwide and over 70,000 online meetings per day.
The new cloud-based Fuze Hosted Telepresence Connect allows multi-party, HD video conferencing on any network, from any location or device, the company states.