Video Conferencing

10–100 Companies
Companies
96
Growing
Deals 2018 Q3
2 investments
No acquisitions
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Acquisition
Tech.eu

Norwegian intelligent camera company Huddly acquires AI startup Epigram

PE Hub

H.I.G.-backed AVI-SPL buys Interactive Solutions Inc

Funding
ZDNet

Remote working 101: Professional's guide to the tools of the trade

People
Wired UK

This Minority Report tech is here to make video conferences suck less

Robotics
GeekWire

Tech Moves: Make.TV appoints Bay Area exec as COO; Gap adds Zillow COO to board; and more

$1,500,000 Seed fund
TechCrunch

Confrere, the video calling service for professionals and clients, raises $1.5M seed

Apps & Services Messaging
ITP.Net

Nuvias, Huddly sign pan-EMEA distie deal

Cameras Apps & Services
WWWhatsnew

Confrere, nuevo servicio de videoconferencias enfocado a profesionales y clientes

ZDNet

Logitech unveils Rally, a modular video conferencing system for large meeting spaces

Smart devices Portable Cameras
TechCrunch

Highfive's video conferencing platform is now available through Ingram Micro and at Best Buy

Costs
GeekWire

Google to link Meet business video-calling app with Microsoft Skype and other rivals

Messaging
ZDNet

Google's Hangouts Meet to work with other video conferencing systems

Messaging
TechCrunch

Google's Hangouts Meet will soon be compatible with hardware from Polycom and Cisco

Messaging Cloud Software development
ReadWrite

Top Cloud Based Apps for Businesses in 2018

Cloud
CrunchBase

Video Conferencing Startups Raise Big Dollars In Race To Beat Big Tech News

Funding
$150,000,000 Venture capital (Series F)
FinSMEs

Fuze Raises $150M in Funding

Cloud Funding
TechJuice

Pakistan gets a new video conferencing system by collaborating with China

Asia
Android Police

Hangouts Meet is entirely replacing Hangouts video calls in May

Angel
Shifter

La seg paddeflat etter padlesvar om kvinner: Nå tar han storinvestor inn i videostartup

TNW

It's 2018 and most video conferencing tech is still crap