Internet2 and SeeVogh Present

 The Tipping Point for Cost-Effective Video and Collaboration In Higher Education

Join us for this videocast on April 29th, 2014 at 1:00pm EST. You’ll learn how leading universities and research institutes are already using SeeVogh, and how SeeVogh functionality can benefit you.

Why Should You Attend?

SeeVogh and Internet2 just announced 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.

Special Guests Include

Shel Waggener, senior vice president for Internet2, and Bob Koche, vice president for SeeVogh.

Register Now for April 29th

  • (Please use your .edu domain or you will not receive needed participant information.)

Internet2 Member Universities Now Have Access To Affordable Unlimited Video Services For Interactive Video Conferences And Webinars For Large Crowds

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.

 

This solution enables institutions to deploy SeeVogh using either on premise virtualization or in the cloud, providing maximum flexibility for diverse architecture needs. Further, SeeVogh has integrated Internet2’s federated identity management solution, InCommon, which protects the identities of more than 7.5 million end users at higher education institutions, research organizations, and their sponsored corporate partners.

 

What People Are Saying

“High quality, video collaboration over the Internet2 Network showcases very visual showcases the value, benefit and reach of Internet2 connecting our community. SeeVogh’s NET+ offering makes video collaboration for MOOCs or other large meetings affordable easy to use, and readily accessible for subscribing Internet2 member universities.

 

It will be interesting to see how our members advance the state of wide scale video collaboration with SeeVogh over the Internet2 Network.”

– Shel Waggener, senior vice president for Internet2.

 

“Deploying video conferencing in higher education is a challenge with the diversity of endpoints. SeeVogh makes it simple for mass audiences to connect and participate by a mobile device, computer or a standards-based video room system. In addition, the Internet2 NET+ price point with InCommon and learning management system integration lets us ease into broad deployment of video collaboration without breaking the bank or the IT staff.”

– Jack Seuss, vice president of IT and CIO at University of Maryland Baltimore County.

 

“Videoconferencing by itself is helpful, but where it gets interesting is when you can bend it to fit your needs. That is why we used SeeVogh’s APIs to integrate it with the RIT Global Collaboration Grid project.”

– Gurcharan S. Khanna, founding director of the interactive collaboration environments Lab at Rochester Institute of Technology.

 

“The global research community has used our solution since 2006. Incredible programs and experiments at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLAB), to name a few, are using SeeVogh daily. Based on our success we expect to see a similar high rates of adoption in the Internet2 research community through this new NET+ relationship.”

– Philippe Galvez, CEO, SeeVogh.

 

 

Information On SeeVogh For Internet2 Member Universities
NET+ SeeVogh

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