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Tely Labs Unveils MTS-100 Mobile Telemedicine Cart

May 9, 2013

Tely Labs introduced its TelyMed MTS-100 telemedicine cart to allow patients in a hospital or assisted-living facility to get remote care from specialists.

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10 Hot Tech Startups For April

April 29, 2013

Tely Labs, Redwood City, Calif., developed the telyHD Appliance videoconferencing platform that the company touts as simpler and more affordable than videoconferencing equipment from established vendors. The company offers versions of the system targeted at SMB, enterprise and healthcare industry customers.

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Wainhouse Research – 1:1 David Moss, SVP Sales & Business Development, Tely Labs, Inc.

April 24, 2013

Andrew caught up with industry veteran David Moss, who has had a long career working for the likes of Siemens, Polycom, TANDBERG, VCON, and Sprint, to hear about his latest gig at “potential disruptor” Tely Labs.

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Purple Communications Unveils SmartVP, Game-Changing Communications Platform for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Individuals

April 2, 2013

Purple Communications, Inc. today unveiled SmartVP -- a videophone that combines the latest in technology on an intuitive platform with a wide array of smart applications and features that will transform how deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals communicate.

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Tely Labs Hires David Moss to Lead Sales and Business Development

February 5, 2013

Tely Labs, maker of the award-winning telyHD video calling system, today announced that videoconferencing industry veteran, David Moss, will join the company as Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Business Development. Reporting directly to CEO and co-founder Sreekanth Ravi, Moss will be responsible for driving revenue growth and business development for its video calling and collaboration products and services into SMB and Enterprise markets, as well as into key vertical markets such as healthcare.

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Video Upstart Tely Labs Targets Cisco Umi Customers

January 23, 2013

A startup videoconferencing specialist is launching an aggressive promotion to hook customers of Cisco (NSDQ:CSCO)'s soon-to-be-shuttered Umi personal telepresence products -- one that could have an added bonus for the channel.

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Gem Adds SMB videoconferencing

January 8, 2013

Tely Labs has appointed Gem Distribution to promote and sell its videoconferencing solutions aimed at SMBs.  With a £500 RRP and subsequent yearly £200 per annum subscription, the new telyHD BE video calling solution is designed for business users at what the firm claims is “a fraction of the price of other video based telephony systems…” such as Cisco.

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TelyHD Business Edition: Run meetings from any HDTV

November 16, 2012

In the not-so-distant past, fully-featured videoconferencing was merely a pipe dream for small businesses and startups. Services from the likes of Polycom and LifeSize can cost tens of thousands of dollars per month, which is well beyond the budget of most SMBs. Luckily—as Bob Dylan so aptly put it—the times they are a-changin'. Now, offerings such as Google Hangout deliver video chat completely for free. And for companies that need a more fleshed out--and yet still affordable--option, there's the Tely Labs TelyHD, a $499 hardware solution that is a simple as it is feature-packed. (A more basic consumer model is available for $249.)

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Can Skype really take the place of a face-to-face meeting?

October 29, 2012

It's the ultimate business hack: Instead of traveling to meet with a client, a design team, or anyone else you need to see face-to-face, you stay put and set up a video call instead. The technology is there—Skype, WebEx, etc.—and it can save you considerable time and money.  Indeed, think of what's involved in the typical business trip. Airfare. Hotel. Rental cars and/or taxis. Lunches. Dinners. And at least a day of your time, if not the better part of a week.  A videoconference, on the other hand, requires only a few minutes of setup, some equipment you may already have, and the time it takes for the actual meeting. Like I said: the ultimate business hack.

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Tely Labs Debuts Affordable Business Video Conferencing System

October 25, 2012

A new videoconferencing system from Tely Labs promises to make it easier and more affordable for small- and midsize businesses to conduct video calls with participants in up to six locations.  The new TelyHD Business Edition device is designed for conference rooms. The device mounts on top of a HD television. It contains a webcam to capture participants and includes four built-in noise-cancelling microphones. The device also allows users to share documents, presentations, desktops, Web pages and other content wirelessly during the conference, without the need for VGA connectors. This makes it easier for participants to share content stored on tablets and smartphones. The device can also be used for Skype video calls.

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