PASADENA, Calif. — SeeVogh and Internet2 announced today that SeeVogh has completed the Internet2 NET+ service validation process, enabling unique service delivery benefits for higher education and unprecedented licensing terms to make its platform broadly available to universities for a low-fixed, annual fee. SeeVogh technology empowers hundreds of people to communicate simultaneously via HD video and provides unlimited collaborative video services to all departments, faculty, and students as part of the Internet2 NET+ initiative.
SeeVogh brings together mass audiences for distance learning, campus events, large staff meetings, massive open online courses (MOOCs) or flipped classrooms. With its multiple, detachable and expandable video tiles, participants can share documents, web pages and applications during a video presentation which is required for real-time team collaboration.continue reading
January 15th, 2014
SeeVogh Signs Agreement With Major African Telco
PASADENA, Calif. — SeeVogh, maker of a software platform that enables telcos to deliver affordable cloud-based HD video conferencing and collaboration infrastructure to customers, announced today the signing of an agreement with ipNX Nigeria Limited.
ipNX is the leading provider of infrastructure-based Telecommunications and Information Technology services in Nigeria. Initially ipNX was part of the leading indigenous telecommunications company in Nigeria. In 1992 the Nigerian Government divested itself of the telcom services industry.
SeeVogh and ipNX will make additional announcements about their relationship in the coming months.continue reading
PASADENA, Calif. — SeeVogh, with the assistance of the Interactive Collaboration Environments Lab at Rochester Institute of Technology, have built a plug-in for Moodle. This plug-in allows instructors to use existing Moodle course development elements to add a video conference to any course. The Moodle plug-in is available now from SeeVogh and is free to users.
“Students and teachers simply jump into a video conference by clicking on a link embedded in the course content,” said Bob Koche, vice president of business development at SeeVogh. “This elegant implementation makes adding a video conference to any course a breeze and it is culturally consistent with the previously established flow already present in the Moodle software.” continue reading
PASADENA, Calif. — SeeVogh, a hybrid-cloud based, multi-point, high-definition, video collaboration service is rolling out its recording and playback functionality to all users of its HD video conferencing software by October 15, 2013.
SeeVogh Recording permits the moderator to record a video meeting, and save it to their PC or a network storage device for playback, editing and conversion. This is an important step for users who document meetings, publish video on content sharing web sites like Vimeo and YouTube, or who self-hosted video content.continue reading
September 18th, 2013
SeeVogh Appoints R. Paul Singh to Advisory Board
PASADENA, Calif. — SeeVogh, a hybrid-cloud based, multi-point, high-definition, video collaboration service has appointed R. Paul Singh, a noted entrepreneur and start-up adviser who specializes in the Mobile, Internet, and Telecom space, to its Advisory Board.
“As we continue growing quickly, and with the increased interest from the Telecom industry in working with us, Paul’s addition to our board of advisers is well timed,” said Philippe Galvez, CEO, SeeVogh. “He brings significant experience in bringing disruptive technology to the communication industry, and his expertise will help guide the company as it continues to focus on deploying our SeeVogh infrastructure in the marketplace.”continue reading
August 5th, 2013
SeeVogh Snags “Best of Show” at InfoComm 2013
ORLANDO, FLA.–(InfoComm 2013)–SeeVogh was awarded InfoComm 2013′s Best in Show, in partnerships by Telepresence Options, for their soon to be released Plenary meetings video conferencing technology.
SeeVogh beat out over 986 exhibitors at InfoComm 2013. InfoComm 2013, the annual conference and exhibition for professional audiovisual buyers and sellers worldwide, held June 8-14 in Orlando, Fla. was visited by the record number of 35,126 professionals attending from more than 110 countries.continue reading
Arlington, VA—April. 24, 2012 — Internet2, the worldʼs most advanced networking consortium, and Evogh will partner to provide SeeVogh, a hybrid cloud video collaboration service, to Internet2’s members.The announcement was made today at the Spring 2012 Internet2 Spring Member Meeting. “SeeVogh provides a service that makes video collaboration affordable to all of our membership, even K-12 and Public Libraries,” said Dave Lambert, President and CEO, Internet2. “Internet2 will work with Evogh and our regional research and education networks to make this accessible at a local level.”continue reading
October 26th, 2011
SeeVogh Public Beta Announced
Evogh, Inc. announced today they have officially started their public beta of SeeVogh their second generation, cloud-based, HD, multi-point, videoconferencing and collaboration solution. SeeVogh runs on PCs (Windows, Mac & Linux) and will connect to legacy Telepresence equipment. SeeVogh provides a total software solution without the expense of client software, proprietary servers or special network infrastructure. Virtual meeting rooms are available “by the slice” with an all-inclusive 10 participant session available for less than a latte… continue reading
October 23rd, 2011
SeeVogh’s Android Beta Finishes Second in App China Challenge
Mobile China and App Planet China held their annual App China Challenge this week in Silicon Valley. More than a dozen start-up software companies competed to be recognized as a leader in mobile software innovation. SeeVogh from Evogh was selected by a panel of high-tech judges as the second place winner behind a social media start up. SeeVogh was demonstrated running on an Android mobile phone while in a videoconference with 16 people…continue reading