Emblaze wins China contract

The tender between Emblaze-VCON and the Chinese government, which will supply video conferencing solutions, is valued at about $350,000.

April 20, 2006 06:35
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Emblaze-VCON, a provider of wireless video communications technologies and conferencing solutions, has won another Chinese government tender to supply video conferencing solutions valued at about $350,000. The Industrial and Commercial Bureau of Hebei Province, will use Emblaze's HD1000, the latest high-definition videoconferencing codec for integration into its custom multi-media room environments. Adopting the HD 1000 system is expected to reduce operational costs, increase work efficiency and improve communications among different branches in the province.

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