Global Crossing today introduced an innovative videoconferencing offer that, for the first time, makes operator-assisted videoconferences with superior image quality and reliability cost-effective for international point-to-point callers — previously, the largest underserved segment of the videoconferencing market.
Until now, customers placing point-to-point international videoconference calls — one meeting room connected with another overseas — did not have a cost-effective option for high-quality operator-initiated calls. As a result, customers typically faced costly integrated services digital network (ISDN) charges for video transport. Global Crossing’s point-to-point iVideoconferencing offer not only simplifies the end-user’s experience, but also eliminates call bridging fees, offers aggressive ISDN rates, and significantly improves the quality of the point-to-point videoconference user experience.
Please visit www.globalcrossing.com for more information about Global Crossing.
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