LifeSize Communications, the global leader in high definition video communications, announced that Technology Marketing Corporation’s (TMC®) Unified Communications magazine (www.uc-mag.com) has named LifeSize® Express™ as a recipient of its First Annual 2007 Product of the Year Award.
“We are honored that Unified Communications has chosen to recognize LifeSize Express with this award, and are pleased to see high definition video communications recognized as an essential component of the unified communications landscape,” said Craig Malloy, CEO and founder, LifeSize Communications. “LifeSize Express delivers natural face-to-face experience that connects people far more effectively than email, instant messaging or phone calls, which leads to improved communications, faster decision cycles and better business performance. By making telepresence accessible for everyone, LifeSize Express can improve the effectiveness of any unified communications deployment.”
Launched on October 23, 2007, LifeSize Express delivers a high definition, point-to-point video communications experience at a significantly lower price than most standard definition video conferencing systems. About the size of a wireless router, LifeSize Express offers telepresence quality HD video for less than $6,000.
“Unified Communications magazine bestows Product of the Year awards on companies that have demonstrated excellence in technological advancement and application refinements, said Rich Tehrani, TMC President and Group Editor-in-Chief of Unified Communications. “LifeSize has demonstrated to the editors of Unified Communications that LifeSize Express has gone the extra mile to help improve both the customer experience and the ROI for the companies that use them.”
About Unified Communications Magazine
With more than 160,000* qualified readers for its premier in July 2007, Unified Communications is the first, only and primary resource where professionals can turn to become educated about UC solutions. This publication will quickly become the industry standard, the Bible of the industry if you will, as the primary source for information on UC products and solutions. Every issue of Unified Communications magazine features a comprehensive news section; case studies of successful deployments and lessons learned; interviews with leading hardware and software companies; and an ‘industry’ section, featuring analysis of important mergers and acquisition, partnerships and a Wall Street perspective on the unified communications market. (*Circulation plus pass along readers.)
Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) publishes Customer Interaction Solutions, INTERNET TELEPHONY, Unified Communications, and IMS Magazine. TMCnet, TMC's Web site, is the leading source of news and articles for the communications and technology industries. Ranked in the top 6,000 most visited Web sites in the world by alexa.com*, TMCnet serves as many as three million unique visitors each month. TMC is also the first publisher to test new products in its own on-site laboratories, TMC Labs. In addition, TMC produces INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO, and Call Center 2.0 Conference. For more information about TMC, visit www.tmcnet.com. (*alexa.com is an amazon.com company that ranks Web sites by their traffic levels. Neither alexa.com nor amazon.com is affiliated with TMCnet.) For more information about TMC, visit www.tmcnet.com.
LifeSize is a pioneer and world leader in high-definition video collaboration. Designed to make video conferencing truly universal, our full range of open standards-based systems offer enterprise-class, IT-friendly technologies that enable genuine human interaction over any distance. Founded in 2003 and acquired by Logitech in 2009, LifeSize, with its commitment to relentless innovation, continues to extend the highest-quality video conferencing capabilities to anyone, anywhere. For more information, visit http://www.lifesize.com.
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