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Vindaloo Videoconferencing Solution Addresses Health Care Sector

September 21, 2018
By Paula Bernier - Executive Editor, TMC

Different industry sectors have unique requirements. And that has led some suppliers to make the wise decision of packaging solutions specifically for particular sectors. One of the latest examples of this is Vindaloo VoIP Solutions, which has come out with a videoconferencing offering for the health care industry.

“The healthcare industry can bridge a communication gap with the help of the videoconferencing solution,” said a spokesman for Vindaloo, which is an IT business out of India. “They can conduct international seminars to educate other doctors about new medical advancements as well as to generate awareness about various health programs. They can also use this FreeSWITCH conferencing solution to provide first aid, regular consultation and similar first phase medication services.”

FreeSWITCH is an open source telephony platform that can route and interconnect audio, text, video, or any other media. The first release of FreeSWITCH came out in January of 2006. Today more than 5,000 commercial enterprises and more than 300 million daily end users use FreeSWITCH. The Vindaloo spokesman said FreeSWITCH is a great platform for conferencing solution development because it can support unlimited concurrent calls to allow for great scalability.

The Vindaloo FreeSWITCH-based offering is compatible with IP VPN technology. And developers can use it to build SOC 2 compliant solutions that meet rigorous health care security requirements.

“The Vindaloo VoIP will provide complete development, installation and support services for the stated videoconferencing solution for the health care industry,” the company adds. “This will be a complete white label conferencing system. It will be provisioned with all required communication and collaboration feature[s] to make conferences seamless among multiple participants. It will have a GUI-based user and admin panel, so all operations of organizing and managing conferences will be simpler and seamless.”

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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