Lifesize Cloud: In the News

Last week was an exciting one for Lifesize: a new killer cloud video solution, fresh new logo, and a new, modern website. The press certainly took note of all of the action, and we received coverage in some top-tier technology publications including Venture Beat, eWeek, Ubergizmo, No Jitter and more. Here are some of the highlights from last week’s news coverage:


“In a brief live demonstration, Lifesize CTO Casey King was able to connect with several Lifesize employees at the company’s Austin headquarters within a few seconds. Video quality looked crisp and clear — leagues beyond what I’ve seen from WebEx and GotoMeeting.”- Venture Beat

“Lifesize, in my opinion, has really hit the mark with its next-gen SaaS, subscription-based cloud offering. The setup was easy and little training was required. Because it is subscription-based, there is no long-term capital or commitment involved.” – No Jitter

“Changes like Lifesize Cloud are going to disrupt the professional video conferencing market which was dominated by very large players with very expensive solutions. The reality is that technological progress makes it possible to build solutions that are much more cost-efficient and time-efficient. Lifesize Cloud improves the existing line where it matters the most: better user interface and ease of deployment.” – Ubergizmo

“During my video conference, I spoke with Craig Malloy, founder and CEO, and Casey King, CTO of Lifesize, who spoke with me from a conference room in New York City. The picture and sound quality were very clear, so I didn’t miss any details of the briefing, and the meeting felt natural, with no lagging or buffering video.” – SearchUC/TechTarget

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