ZTE teams up with Blue Jeans Network on videoconferencing services

ZTEZTE is collaborating with Blue Jeans Network on video conferencing services, under which ZTE customers will be able to experience Blue Jeans Network’s cloud-based video conferencing services (VCS) and connect easily to one another via their ZTE VCS products, creating a uniform user experience that fosters collaboration.

Starting in August, ZTE VCS room system with Blue Jeans video conferencing services will be available in Singapore, Australia, the US, and Europe.

Blue Jeans Network extends high-quality video communications beyond the traditional boundaries of virtual conference rooms by allowing individuals, employees, partners and family and friends, to connect and interact with each other seamlessly and effectively. Its technology is used by customers such as Facebook, Foursquare, Match.com, and Stanford University.

“This partnership is another example of sharing our expertise in interoperability and expanding our ecosystem. We look forward to working with ZTE to proliferate easy, open and affordable video conferencing,” said Stu Aaron, Chief Commercial Officer of Blue Jeans Network.

“As a longtime pioneer in video collaboration services and the leader in interoperability, we saw partnering with Blue Jeans Network as a natural and seamless fit. After seeing the success that Blue Jeans Network has had, we believe working together will be beneficial in expanding our reach and enable us to provide more options to our customers,” said Qian Min, General Manager of ZTE UC&C.

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