Frost & Sullivan Lauds Tely for Strategically Targeting the Huddle Room Segment with its Affordable, Cloud-Optimized Video Conferencing Solution, Tely 200
June 29, 2016
Based on its recent analysis of the video conferencing endpoint industry, Frost & Sullivan recognises Tely with the 2016 EMEA Frost & Sullivan Award for Price/Performance Value Leadership. Tely's exceptional product quality and aggressive pricing have set it apart from its peers in the extremely competitive video conferencing endpoint industry.More Information →
Enabling High-definition Video Collaboration In Huddle Spaces
March 28, 2016
The Unified Communication and Collaboration industry is finally addressing the cost and usability of video conference & collaboration to bridge the gap between the desktop and large conference room deployments.More Information →
Tely Brings Video Conferencing to the Huddle Space
November 18, 2015
Tely, for instance—a leader in video communications— recently introduced the Tely 200, a video collaboration endpoint that can easily be used with a broad array of cloud-based video conferencing services. The Tely 200 is aimed at huddle rooms, which are small areas of an office where 10 to 12 employees can come together and collaborate with others over video.More Information →
Tely Targets Enterprises With New Video Collaboration Camera
October 29, 2015
The Tely 200 is designed for the increasingly popular huddle rooms, with support for cloud-based services like Blue Jeans and Zoom. Tely believes the pathway into the enterprise initially will go through huddle rooms.
The company, which launched in 2010 and had focused on video communications tools for consumers, is making its push into the enterprise with the rollout of the Tely 200, a video collaboration endpoint that can be used with a broad array of cloud-based video conferencing services.
Tely extends cloud video conferencing to small rooms
October 29, 2015
In recent years, shifting workplace dynamics and collaboration habits have put an emphasis on smaller meeting rooms. As a result, enterprises are now looking to extend their conferencing capabilities beyond their desktops and boardrooms. At the same time, the adoption of cloud video conferencing has also gathered steam.
In response to these developing trends, video conferencing endpoint provider Tely has launched Tely 200, a camera that targets smaller meeting rooms that aren't video-enabled to connect them to an enterprise's existing cloud video conferencing service.
Tely aims to drive video collaboration deeper into enterprise with Tely 200
October 28, 2015
Tely has set its sights on the enterprise with a new video collaboration endpoint. The company formerly known as Tely Labs is looking to drive videoconferencing and collaboration deeper into the enterprise – in part by making it more affordable.
Only the top 5 percent of people in any particular enterprise actually make use of huddle spaces or other dedicated videoconferencing equipment and services, said Todd Abbott, president and CEO of Tely, in an interview with FierceEnterpriseCommunications. Typically, it's something more for executives and middle management, and even with much more talk about enterprise video in the last several years, it's still not driving down into the average enterprise worker.
Video isn’t ubiquitous, but vendors are hoping to change that
October 28, 2015
It was a few years ago that I finally stopped making "where's my video phone?" jokes when writing about unified communications, collaboration and videoconferencing. With a growing number of routes to video communications on my desktop/laptop, tablet and smartphone, the joke wasn't as funny anymore. We were finally approaching the promised land of video at our fingertips.More Information →
Tely Breaks into Enterprise Video Conferencing with Focus on Huddle Spaces to Fuel Creativity
October 27, 2015
Tely today announced its vision to enable enterprises to deliver video collaboration to the growing millennial workforce with a new solution to video conferencing and collaboration. Tely is introducing the Tely 200, an affordable, simple to use video collaboration endpoint that integrates and connects with the cloud-based video service of your choice. Tely is also launching Tely Portal, a cloud based management platform that makes it easy for IT departments to deploy and manage the endpoints from the cloud.More Information →
The 10 Coolest Networking Startups of 2014
December 17, 2014
Since tapping Rob Claus, former channel chief at Huawei Enterprise Business Group, to lead its U.S. sales efforts, videoconferencing startup Tely Labs has made big progress with the channel.
Claus, who joined Redwood City, Calif.-based Tely Labs in January, told CRN last month that Tely Labs' U.S. partner base has grown to include roughly 150 solution providers, up from about 100 in June. What's more, the company has significantly expanded its distribution footprint, having added Synnex, ScanSource, Ingram Micro and Tech Data as partners since the start of the year.