MNS’ Global Network Service for Any-to-Any Video Calling Increased 54% from Q2 to Q3 2012
Number of professional video endpoints using MNS passed hundred thousand in September 2012
Oslo, Norway (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
Media Network Services (MNS) today announced record-high growth for its global network service enabling video conferencing service providers to offer true any-to-any video calling services. The video conferencing traffic increased with 54% from Q2 to Q3 2012.
In September 2012, the number of professional software and hardware video endpoints registered to the MNS Global Network Service, including those using the MNS globally distributed TURN service, passed 100k units.
“We are pleased with these growth figures as they demonstrate the market demand for High Definition (HD) any-to-any business video calling services,” says Hans Fredrik Johansen, CEO of MNS. “As a key enabler for professional video conferencing service providers around the world, we are starting to see the network effect of the any-to-any capabilities of our service.”
MNS combines the reach of Internet with a carrier grade network. The service aggregates video traffic from local Internet at regional access points around the world and transport it effectively within a Quality of Service (QoS) network to the closest access point on the other side, minimizing the use of Internet while maintaining the quality.
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About Media Network Services (MNS)
MNS provides global network service that enable video conferencing service providers to offer any-to-any video calling services to its clients. The service is network, equipment, vendor, reseller and service partner agnostic, connecting all the various islands in the video conferencing industry. The result is that the industry as a whole can enable clients to reach arbitrary destinations worldwide (internally, externally and B2B) in HD quality previously only delivered on closed dedicated MPLS networks.
MNS provides its global network service through resellers on all continents. Contact your video conferencing service partner or network provider to get your video conferencing equipment and infrastructure connected to MNS.
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