Teliris Ltd., the leading provider of life-like videoconferencing systems, today announced that Euronext, the first cross-border exchange business, has selected Teliris' fully-managed GlobalTable service to provide virtual collaboration capabilities between its offices in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris.
The contract with Euronext includes a completely outsourced management model from Teliris, including the company's InfiNET voice, data, and video-enabled network transport solution.
By capturing and transmitting visual and auditory cues such as facial expressions, gestures and even side-comments, Teliris' technology replicates an in-person meeting experience and enables participants to collaborate as if they were working around the same table.
Teliris' Virtual Vectoring technology ensures synchronization of image and sound from multiple locations and makes each remote participant appear in each location as they would if they were sitting across the physical table. Participants using GlobalTable experience no-delay, CD-quality sound and DVD-quality images. These are displayed on multiple, large, strategically placed plasma screens, replicating a highly realistic "eye-to-eye" interaction that enables participants to collaborate as if they were working around the same table.
Martyn Lewis, Teliris' co-founder and chairman, said, "Being chosen by Euronext, the first cross-border exchange business, is a further validation of the value our systems provide across the globe."