AARNet has formally launched its Cisco Telepresence Exchange service, announced last July, enabling its member institutions with Cisco Telepresence facilities to set up point-to-point and multipoint high definition videoconferences with each other and with institutions overseas.
Communications minister, senator Stephen Conroy, and human services minister, senator Kim Carr, have launched a pilot of high-definition videoconferencing designed to improve people's access to services such as Medicare and Centrelink via the National Broadband Network.
Avaya - which was once tipped to be buying Polycom - is to acquire, for $US230m, videoconference technology developer Radvision and plans to offer a suite of high-definition video collaboration products, with the ability to plug and play multiple mobile devices including Apple iPad and Google Android.
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