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RingCentral, a global provider of business cloud communications, video meetings, collaboration and contact center solutions, has announced an extension of its hardware ecosystem as well as new RingCentral Rooms feature updates.   Organizations may use RingCentral Rooms to turn their meeting locations into dynamically enabled video conferencing destinations. Customers may now choose from a number of additional hardware partners to equip their conference rooms with high-quality, intelligent audio and video, as well as a whiteboard, allowing meeting attendees to better interact while also being seen and heard.   RingCentral is collaborating with three more hardware suppliers to satisfy the ever-increasing market demands for conferencing services. New partnerships with Avocor, Jabra and EPOS provide the company users more options and new features that improve the meeting room experience for improved interaction and smoother collaboration.   “Strong relationships with strategic hardware partners are important as we strive to address the complex challenges…

Businesses and developers can now integrate a full-scale video conferencing offering by Voximplant, an intelligent cloud communications platform provider, directly into their apps and workflows. End users may interact more closely and discuss their projects with less context switching now that top–tier video and audio sessions are incorporated into their familiar services.   Voximplant’s video conferencing, according to the company, can be set up in less than 10 minutes. The standard Voximplant package features three alternative user interface layouts, as well as add-ons such as reactions and raise hand options. The Voximplant conferencing platform can accommodate up to 50 active participants, stream to up to 100 viewers with just one presenter, and record sessions. Furthermore, all communications are encrypted using WebRTC, making this solution highly secure and HIPAA-compliant.   Voximplant offers phone, video and message conversations within the app. Customers may utilize this platform for a range of use cases,…

It has been over a year since organizations rushed from the traditional office to a virtual workplace due to the coronavirus. The transition from office to home leads to other changes: many of us now communicate much more often in the virtual world, rather than face-to-face, which means that nonverbal communications are now more important than ever. How has this transition from personal to digital communication changed the way we read people and interpret their body language? In a world of virtual communications, nonverbal cues often speak louder than our words. Voice tone, eye contact and physical gestures increase our ability to connect with family, friends, clients and colleagues, to build or strengthen trust, and communicate more effectively. There is no doubt that everyone has heard about the influence of nonverbal cues and body language in a conversation, whether it is in a business meeting or a chat with…

VoIP provider Dialpad has announced the acquisition of a video conferencing company, Highfive. The purpose of the purchase is to add room-based video to Dialpad’s suite of services, including computer video conferencing. Neither of the two companies released financial details of the acquisition. Dialpad is the company that developed the popular video conferencing service UberConference. UberConference does have a built-in video conferencing feature, and this acquisition will add enhancements to their existing video capabilities. To date, UberConference is mostly known for its calling features. Dialpad not only offers its users conference call solutions and a VoIP platform, but also has a contact center solution. As stated by Dialpad, by using Highfive technology, any home office or office space can become a smart meeting room. Best of all, this service will work with existing hardware and SIP-enabled conferencing providers. Craig Walker, CEO of Dialpad, believes that this acquisition…