Radvision, a provider of video network infrastructure and developer tools, and BEA, an enterprise and communications infrastructure software provider, have begun a collaborative effort that includes development, joint sales and marketing to help service providers deliver converged revenue-generating services with a rich set of advanced video capabilities.
The Radvision-BEA partnership will offer a complete out-of-the-box advanced multimedia platform targeted for service providers and ASPs. It will be designed to help enable the rapid development and deployment of advanced interactive video services with presence and location server integration. This services platform will be based on the integration of Radvision’s Scopia interactive video platform with BEA Weblogic SIP server. Interactive video portals, mobile video conferencing, mobile communities, moderated video chats, participation TV, mobile video surveillance and monitoring, and video contact centers are just some examples of converged services that can be delivered to the market.
Amnon Gavish, vice president of business development at Radvision’s mobility and service provider business unit, said: The combined BEA-RADVISION solution not only shortens time-to-market over existing and IMS architectures, but also provides an advanced feature set for best-of-breed application development. Now developers and operators can benefit from the valuable experience of both our companies to deploy new revenue-generating services quickly and cost-effectively.