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Highfive’s video conferencing platform is now available through Ingram Micro and at Best Buy – TechCrunch

Highfive’s video conferencing platform is now available through Ingram Micro and at Best Buy – TechCrunch Highfive, a Redwood City-based startup, offers businesses an integrated video conferencing service through its own custom meeting room hardware. While Highfive has been quite successful in selling its service and hardware online, the company today …

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Google’s Hangouts Meet will soon be compatible with hardware from Polycom and Cisco – TechCrunch

Google’s Hangouts Meet will soon be compatible with hardware from Polycom and Cisco – TechCrunch G Suite is about to get a slew of new integrations. Hangouts Meet, for example, is Google’s designated video conferencing solution for businesses but while it’s easy enough to use, most businesses have already invested in …

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Dialpad gets AI injection with TalkIQ acquisition – TechCrunch

Dialpad gets AI injection with TalkIQ acquisition – TechCrunch Sometimes two companies get along so well together and fit each other so perfectly, they almost have to come together. That’s what happened when Dialpad, a business communications platform whose products include UberConference, started working with TalkIQ. They liked them so …

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Kaptivo looks to digitally transform the lowly whiteboard – TechCrunch

Kaptivo looks to digitally transform the lowly whiteboard – TechCrunch At Kaptivo, a company that’s bringing high-tech image recognition, motion capture and natural language processing technologies to the lowly whiteboard, executives are hoping that the second time is the charm. The Cambridge, UK and San Mateo, Calif.-based company began life …

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GoPro to license camera lenses and sensors to third party manufacturers – TechCrunch

GoPro is today announcing a multi-year deal with Jabil that aims to put GoPro technology in everything from police body cameras to video conferencing solutions. Through this agreement, Jabil will use GoPro’s design and intellectual property for use in approved third-party devices. This is the first time GoPro is letting …

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Highfive raises $32M Series C for its video conferencing platform

Highfive, a startup that’s building an integrated software and hardware video conferencing solution, today announced that it has raised a $32 million Series C round, which brings the Redwood City-based company’s total funding to $77.4 million. The lead investor for this round was Dimension Data, a major global technology integrator …

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With $10M in new funding, Huddly launches its smart GO camera for video conferencing

Huddly has built a smart camera that only has one mission: make your video meetings more productive. Now for the most part, you probably don’t think much about what camera you use for your video conferences. They are pretty much all the same, after all. But Norway-based Huddly thinks its …

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