Emeryville, CA — May 20, 2008 — At the Streaming Media East tradeshow today, Qumu, Inc., the leader in Enterprise Video Communications (EVC), announced the Qumu Capture Studio, a complete appliance solution for recording and broadcasting video and multi-media presentations. The Qumu Capture Studio provides presenters with a portable solution to easily record every aspect of a presentation and transform it into a high impact, rich media experience that can be broadcast live and archived for video-on-demand viewing.
“The use of video as the preferred-choice for communicating in today’s dispersed work environment is at an all-time high, but the implementation challenges can be daunting,” said Ray Hood, president and CEO of Qumu. “Qumu Capture Studio uniquely simplifies a complex problem by eliminating the need for expensive professional media services, and enabling management teams to communicate via video at the click of a button.”
The Qumu Capture Studio appliance is feature rich and easy to use, and changes the way enterprise teams communicate - from executive broadcasts to corporate and product training, sales demonstrations, and departmental meetings. It’s the next best thing to being in the room with the presenter. Specific capabilities include:
The average price of a Qumu Capture Studio is $24,995, and will be generally available in Q3 2008. For more information, visit Qumu at booth number 115 at Streaming Media East in NY on May 20-21 2008, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About Qumu, Inc.
Video plays an increasingly strategic role in the way enterprises communicate internally and externally. Qumu, the leader in Enterprise Video Communications (EVC), enables organizations to easily capture, manage, publish and distribute live and on-demand video content. The company provides a single web services based software solution that seamlessly manages all video applications, and leverages existing video, storage and distribution hardware and software infrastructure. Customers worldwide, including AT&T, Abbott Labs, Capital One, Citigroup, Dell, eBay and others are experiencing the value of the company’s patented solutions. For more information, visit www.qumu.com.