Broadvoice Debuts Hologram Video Conferencing

PRESS RELEASE — LOS ANGELES, April 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The future in Telepresence has arrived! Broadvoice, the leader in next generation telecommunications, announces hologram video conferencing.  Whether you’re leading a training session from across the country, or even across the world, Broadvoice Hologram Video Conferencing brings full-size images to life.  By leveraging a fault tolerant cloud-based platform, Broadvoice brings people together, physically and virtually.

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Unfortunately holograms do introduce different dynamics when it comes to video conferencing.  Since holograms are 3D, they show the person you’re meeting with exactly as they are.  “We had a meeting with John Prescott, our logistics manager in New York,” said Jim Murphy CEO of Broadvoice.  “Since all images are in 3D, we noticed that John has gained a considerate amount of weight since we last saw him.  Naturally we had to give him a good ribbing during the call.  He claimed he was eating too much dim sum.  I said yea, dim sum and then some.”{ad}

With a small upfront investment, enterprises can capitalize on the next generation of communication.  The first model available now for conference tables is the Holo55. 

To view the Broadvoice Hologram web page click here.

About Broadvoice
Headquartered in Los Angeles, Broadvoice is a premier provider of hosted voice and data products. Utilizing the latest technology, Broadvoice helps consumers and businesses achieve higher call quality and faster internet speeds while reducing their overall costs and improving efficiency. The company continuously designs and implements new features and services that allow companies to focus on their businesses Broadvoice has been ranked in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 and Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies in America. More information about the company may be found at

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