CERN selects Vidyo for Global Collaboration on Physics Research
Recently, Vidyo, Inc., a leading provider of both technology and product-based visual communications solutions, was selected by the European Organization for Nuclear Research(CERN) to provide global video conferencing to support collaboration on high-energy Physics research. “CERN’s worldwide community of researchers represents 113 nationalities and more than 600 universities so gathering in person to discuss research projects can present quite a challenge. Face-to-face, real-time meetings are crucial to the success of CERN’s research mission,” said Frederic Hemmer, Head of IT at CERN. The experiments at CERN involve thousands of physicists and highly complex equipment, including the LHC, an accelerator at CERN that is also the largest machine in the world.
“The Vidyo solution is able to offer CERN the flexibility and scalability required to enable a massive number of concurrent global users while delivering exceptional video quality,” said Ofer Shapiro, CEO and co-founder of Vidyo. “CERN’s growing use of Vidyo – thousands of meetings a month, some with hundreds of participants – demonstrates the potential for massive adoption among geographically dispersed and collaborative communities.”
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