Brook-Pro to Use Magor's Platform to Launch Service Offerings
OTTAWA — Brook-Pro, a visual collaboration company, will use Magor's Aerus Service Delivery Platform for an innovative line of video-enabled service offerings for the financial services and higher education market segments. The platform is designed to allow service providers to develop their own solutions on top of the platform to deliver completely unique video-enabled offerings for their target vertical markets. The visual collaboration capabilities enabled by the Aerus SDP include — concurrent sharing of multi-sourced collaborative media, including such things as desktop screens, iPad screens, static, and interactive whiteboards, wearable camera views, live and recorded video, and photos; real-time adaptability of media-stream quality via scalable video coding; native interoperability with SIP, H.323, Microsoft Lync and WebRTC-enabled browsers.
"Based on our past experience with enterprise video conferencing solutions, we knew that in searching for a video technology partner, we did not want a software Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) platform, nor a closed video conferencing platform that created yet another island of technology and did not work well with other solutions," says Paul Toldalagi, CEO of Brook-Pro. "What we needed was a video enablement service platform that provided us with differentiation of interoperability and collaboration capabilities in the competitive enterprise video conferencing market, while providing us with the flexibility to develop our own solutions with the integration of our Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions and Learning Management Systems (LMS) to create competitive offerings for our target markets."