Huawei has teamed up with Videxio to improve the video conferencing services it offers to enterprises.

Videxio claims to have built one of the largest automated clouds for business quality video communication.

The tie-up sees the Norway-based company’s platform launch automated support for the latest generation of Huawei’s TE series of video conferencing products.

In turn, this expands the coverage and scope of the China-based vendor’s offering.

Wang Xiangjiong, General Manager of Huawei Telepresence, said: “With the increasing need for cross-enterprise and cross-network video communication, video communication applications are no longer limited to internal use within enterprises.

“To address this trend, Huawei collaborated with Videxio to make it easy and cost-effective for customers to quickly deploy high quality cloud video conferencing, with seamless, reliable connections over different networks.

“Huawei looks forward to working with partners across the video conferencing arena to provide customers with outstanding video conferencing experiences for productive and personal communications.”

[Read more: Huawei sees H1 revenues soar 30%]

Videxio says it has customers in over 120 countries.

CEO Tom-Erik Lia commented: "The cooperation with Huawei is important for our users.

“There are many users of Huawei videoconferencing systems. With fully automated access to the Videxio service, these users can now cooperate fully with users of other devices.”

According to a September report by IDC, global videoconferencing equipment revenues rose five percent in the second quarter of this year.

The analyst firm ranked Huawei third with a 10 percent share of the worldwide enterprise videoconferencing market.

 

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