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Nick Triantos

Hi, this is Nick from TokBox. I just wanted to point out that TokBox does also support multi-party video calls (with an unlimited number of participants). We just updated our site today to try to make the multi-party capabilities easier to find and use. If you have other ideas of things you'd like to see in our product, feel free to call me, any time, at the link attached to my name on this comment.

Romi Parmar

As you so rightly said communities are the key to video calling. Take a look at how at the 3G Dating Agency we're using 3G mobile video calling to provide a safe dating experience that garuntees validated members are all real.

Romi
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Nathan Stratton

BlinkMind, Inc. (http://www.blinkmind.com) offers not only all the features of typical VoIP provider as well as video conferencing supporting up to 9 active participants and unlimited number of passive (view only) participants. Our launch device is the Grandstream GXV300,but we are also working with Creative and Polycom video phones.

-Nathan

conference software

Conferencing software is the latest in global communication. The costs to any company can be cut dramatically in using this kind of tool. I use conferencing software and it has changed the way I do business online. I highly recommend this as a major step forward with any business, large or small.

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