Curated by: Luigi Canali De Rossi

Friday, January 6, 2006

P2P Videoconferencing Gets Better

If you are looking to try out one of the latest and best performing video conferencing technologies available out there, you have come to the right place.


Robin Good and Milton Chen of VSee while using the VSee videoconferencing technology

Quietly launched over a year ago from a group of former Stanford graduate students and professors, VSee is a new outstanding P2P video-conferencing technology that integrates text chat, screen and document sharing, annotation and full session recording while remaining extremely easy and simple to use.

The only drawbacks of this technology are that for now it is only Windows compatible, and second that it is not yet targeted at the large consumer market, but it is almost exclusively sold to a few large and very prestigious corporations.

It is likely that until VSee doesn't strike some major new deals or gets new fresh funding from some capital firm you won't be able to buy this for your own private use. But things may also turn out to be not as expected. For one, you can fully test and use VSee right now, to get an idea of how good this tool really is and with the minimum of effort in terms of setting it up.

Here some more details about this great new videoconferencing tool:



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posted by Robin Good on Friday, January 6 2006, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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