LifeSize, a division of Logitech, now permits HD video content streaming on mobile devices using LifeSize Video Center. Organizations can make video content available to teams working remotely on mobile devices, such as iPads and iPhones.

The latest version of LifeSize Video Center helps organizations address the need for workers to have mobile access to live and on-demand video content such as executive updates, business presentations, sales meetings, training sessions, lectures and data.

New features of LifeSize Video Center include:

  • Mobile Streaming: Users can access live and on-demand HD video content on a PC or a variety of devices, including an iPod, iPhone or iPad connected to a Wi-Fi or cellular network. Videos are accessed through the native Web browser, which requires no additional software installation.
  • Automatic Adaptive Streaming: LifeSize Video Center now features automatic adaptive streaming so that a single HD recording from a LifeSize 220 Series endpoint can be streamed at up to four different bitrates.
  • Network Storage: Organizations can now serve on-demand videos from NAS and store a virtually unlimited amount of footage without additional fees.

LifeSize Video Center Version 1.2 software will be available for download in March 2011. LifeSize Video Center is globally available for $29,999 U.S.

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