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Sagee Ben-Zedeff has been leading research and development of video-related products for more than a decade. As an R&D manager, both first-line and second-line, Sagee developed video technologies and products. His experience also includes research and development of video coding technologies, implementation of video codecs on various embedded systems, and development of complex media processing products for the V²oIP market.
Sagee is currently Director of New Technologies in RADVISION’s CTO office, responsible for initiating, researching and integrating new innovative technologies in the company’s product portfolio. His responsibilities span from conception, through research and development and up to assimilation of the technologies in the product roadmap.
In his spare time, Sagee is a proud father, enthusiastic athlete, writes poetry and short stories, reviews music albums for leading Israeli websites and also maintains his own personal blog.
Telemedicine is the subject of our latest newsletter as well as a great webinar delivered last week. And QoE is a key factor in making video telemedicine a success in modern healthcare. Read more »
At Acme Packet’s Interconnect 2011 RADVISION showcased alongside Acme Packet an eco system for setting up video calling services quickly and with minimal effort. Here are more details about the solution. Read more »
At the end of the day the user wants a high quality video call on the latest and greatest device he just stood in line for hours to purchase. And software-based video codecs just can’t supply this kind of quality today. Read more »
The recently announced Ice Cream Sandwich will be the first OS to run on all types of Android devices, converging Android into one package, and easing development for the Android OS. Read more »
UCIF, the Unified Communication Interoperability Forum, is celebrating its first birthday, and it’s a happy birthday given the great accomplishments we have made in such a short period of time. Read more »
Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype and strategic alliance with Nokia are all hinting towards a big play by Microsoft in the consumer mobile market. But will they get it right this time around? Our new comic strip looks into that. Read more »
It’s a very big day for the VoIP community when a company like Microsoft acquires a company like Skype for a sum of money like the one announced last week. Only time will tell whether this would be a game changing play or a grave digging one. Read more »
An interesting whitepaper titled “Is Your Organization Ready For Video Communications” by Bryan Denyerof VC News serves as a great source for explaining what video communications is all about. Read more »
Up until a couple of years ago mobile browsing was a dream. The iPhone has changed that. Well Apple has may as well done it again for video calling. It seems that now more and more people know the experience and want to use it. Read more »
What would video calling do for poor Moses stuck on mount Nebo? Find out in our special Passover comic strip. Read more »