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April, 19 2014 09:15:44

FPT offers new telecom solutions

HA NOI (VNS)— The US Vidyo Inc. and FPT Telecom of the FPT giant software are offering Vidyo services and solutions aimed at mass deployment, including in Vietnamese businesses and government agencies.

Pham Duy Phuc, the CEO of FPT Telecom International noted that using Vidyo's solution, FPT Telecom customers can reduce business travel, save on transportation costs, and enhance productivity in the workplace.

Ofer Shapiro, the co-founder and CEO of Vidyo, emphasised that in order to meet the growing market demands, it is critical for businesses and government agencies to choose affordable desktop and mobile video conferencing solutions that are software-based and are scalable for mass deployment. Vidyo's solutions offered by FPT Telecom International can immediately be availed by the public. — VNS


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