TrueConf Named in Aragon Research’s ‘Hot Vendors’ List

Aragon Research, a U.S. business research agency, has named TrueConf a 2016 Hot Vendor in video conferencing. TrueConf has distinguished itself as an International provider of UltraHD video conferences with calling service, SIP/H.323 integration, and WebRTC support.

Aragon Research, an independent technology-focused research and advisory firm, annually selects the best vendors in various IT-market segments. All the nominees are personally tested by the company's analysts. The agency focuses on powerful regional players who think globally and provide innovative solutions, technologies, and business strategies which are interesting and useful for users all over the world.


This year Aragon Research has announced TrueConf as a 2016 Hot Vendor in video conferencing solutions. According to the analysts, the rapid growth in the popularity of video conferencing in the workplace and on mobile devices has provoked keen interest in UC solutions research. Today, videoconferencing is being implemented to improve communications and knowledge sharing as well as to boost sales and client support.

As reported by Aragon Research, TrueConf won the Hot Vendor award because the service is affordable and easy to deploy. SIP, H.323, LDAP, RTSP, and WebRTC support allows customers to easily use video applications to solve problems and facilitate business processes.

According to the report, companies looking for an UltraHD video conference solution which can be deployed in closed networks or on the cloud will particularly benefit from TrueConf products.

Dmitry Odintsov, TrueConf Chief Business Development Officer, comments: "We are pleased that our work has been lauded by our colleagues in Aragon Research. This proves that Russia is truly able to develop world-class UC systems and we are very proud of our solutions."

"This is not the first 2016 award for TrueConf. Earlier this year, Rave Pubs named TrueConf 4K video calls the best video conference solution at the Integrated Systems Europe 2016 exhibition in Amsterdam," says Mr. Odintsov.

For more information, please contact:
Dmitry Odintsov,
TrueConf Chief Business Development Officer
Phone: 1.347.878.3263
E-mail: dmitry@trueconf.com

About TrueConf, www.trueconf.com
TrueConf equips PCs, mobiles and meeting rooms with high quality video conferencing and collaboration solutions. TrueConf apps and solutions are easy to use and are fully compatible with legacy and SIP equipment, meaning that you save money on infrastructure while still utilizing state-of-the art technologies like scalable video coding (SVC) and intelligent stream manipulation.

More than 1500 companies and 5 million customers around the world choose TrueConf to meet their video conferencing needs. TrueConf native client apps are powered by 100% software architecture, and our products are available as both an on-premises solution and as a cloud service for end-customers and partners.


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