Blue Jeans Adds Mobile Endpoints

Blue Jeans video conference

Blue Jeans Network, with approximately $50M in venture capital funding, announced their new mobile integration with iPhone and iPad last week.  They also expanded their enterprise offerings through a new partnership with video conference vendor TelyLabs which sells bargain room video conference setups using HD flat panel screens and Skype for under $1000.  You could say that TelyLabs’ offering is a sort of Cisco Umi gone SMB.

For enterprises that are stuck trying to get their money’s worth out of expensive Cisco and Polycom room systems, Blue Jeans and TelyLabs offer a way to get some more bang out of their legacy video conferencing system. Blue Jeans advertises the ability to bring together all kinds of endpoints including “Cisco, Polycom, Lifesize, Sony, Huawei, Microsoft Lync, Skype, Google, any Web browser, and even telephones into a single meeting.”  It is also working to give its features more collaborative oomph such as having simultaneous HD streams – one for interactive video and one for content-sharing.

For a simple group video experience, try out VSee’s free iPad app and tell us how we compare with Blue Jeans’ new mobile offering.

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2 thoughts on “Blue Jeans Adds Mobile Endpoints

  1. I don’t know how VSee would compare with BlueJeans. I do like the windows app and will soon try the mac app. However, I would love an app for iPhone as well, because I travel a lot and it would be nice to plug in for my meetings with my iPhone, especially when the meeting has to change to a different night and I have other commitments. I think to compete with Blue Jeans, an iPhone app would be a great start.

    Thank you and have a great day!

    Julia

  2. Thanks Julia! The VSee iPhone app is on the way even as we speak :) It should be here this summer!

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