LifeSize Enables Skype Video Calling

Today is an exciting day for the video conferencing industry. LifeSize Passport is now plugged into Skype™, making it the first room-based video conferencing solution to deliver Skype video calling to business conference rooms.

“The qualification of LifeSize Passport to enable Skype video calling is an incredibly significant milestone in the video communications industry,” said Craig Malloy, chief executive officer of LifeSize and Logitech senior vice president. “We’ve been working closely with Skype over the last two years, helping us deliver on our shared vision to make video communication truly accessible to anyone, anywhere.”

“This initiative enables Skype to be part of the room-based enterprise video conferencing market. LifeSize is known for its HD telepresence-quality solutions in the enterprise. Now, LifeSize Passport users can easily connect using face-to-face video conferencing with other Skype users worldwide,” said David Gurle, vice president and general manager of Skype Enterprise. “With the ‘consumerization of IT’ whereby people are bringing Skype into the workplace, more enterprises are looking for synergistic solutions like this that include Skype. We’re delighted that LifeSize is helping them address customer demand by delivering enterprise-class video conferencing with Skype.”

Check out the press release.
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3 Responses to “LifeSize Enables Skype Video Calling”

  1. Deepak Bhatt

    Dear sir,

    One Of My Dealer is looking for using VC Through Skype. Need Solution for the same. It is learnt that it’s Possible with the help of Lifesize Passport. Please let me know the possibility & Please share Product detail & Price for the same.

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