11.06.2007 08:22 AM
RADVISION, BEA partner for interactive mobile video services

Video network infrastructure and developer tools provider RADVISION is partnering with BEA Systems, a developer of enterprise and communications infrastructure software, to jointly develop, market and sell solutions that will allow service providers to deliver advanced video capabilities to mobile users.

The companies plan to offer a complete out-of-the-box advanced multimedia platform to service providers and ASPs. Among the mobile services it will enable will be interactive video portals, mobile video conferencing, mobile communities, moderated video chats, participation TV, mobile video surveillance and monitoring and video contact centers.

The solutions will integrate RADVISION’s SCOPIA interactive video platform with BEA’s WebLogic SIP server, a converged Java EE-SIP-IMS application server component of the BEA WebLogic communications platform product family.

For more information, visit www.bea.com and www.radvision.com.

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