Verizon is planning to launch Verizon Open Video Communications which enables businesses and government agencies to conduct secure video meetings through tablets and PCs across private or public networks on multiple video platforms, including telepresence and video conferencing.
The new video conferencing application will enable businesses to instantaneously add participants to a meeting and expands a company's telepresence reach across the global Private Internet protocol networking platform.
Verizon said that the new Open Video Communications service will be delivered with usage-based pricing.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions Product Strategy vice president Mike Palmer said one of the critical challenges in video adoption by large-business and government customers is the ability to communicate beyond the four walls of their business.
"With the deployment of 4G LTE and a strong desire for workers to employ in the workplace commonplace apps such as video, this offering is an important step toward Verizon's goal of enabling our customers to use any device to connect to the people and information they need to work most effectively," said Palmer.