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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.
It’s basically not a question of will or will not Android deliver. Android delivered, and keeps delivering. The big question is whether device manufacturer will deliver Android and how. Read more »
Following a lot of questions regarding H.264 AVC and SVC, I thought it was time to answer once and for all the question about SVC’s bandwidth consumption in comparison to H.264/AVC. Read more »
After CES 2011 and my own personal visit to APAC, I can tell it out loud: 2011 is going to be the year of the tablets. But what would it take for a tablet to be successful and how will manufacturers differentiate themselves from one another? Read more »
Yesterday we announced the RADVISION Gateway for Microsoft Lync, a brand new product that bridges the two popular visual communication islands – Lync and the traditional world of video conferencing and telepresence. Read more »
Skype just released their new iPhone app, this time with video. With all due respect I think Skype may have missed the train here in a big way, and here I explain why. Read more »
Sagee returns back to his predictions for 2010 and checks how they faired now that we’ve entered 2011. Read more »
Technology futurist Ray Kurzweil just published a “status update” on his predictions around technology advancements. I thought it would be interesting to see what were his his predictions in terms of communications and how they are fairing. Read more »
Joe Weinman published a piece over at GigaOm on broadband services future if and when the pay-per-use model becomes popular. I have my own thoughts on what visual communications services would be like in that case. Read more »
We’ve decided to renovate and freshen up a bit. Come and see the results on our RADVISION blogs. Read more »
It seems that every time I think that I no longer have to discuss the necessity of video calling in today’s work environment, I come across a survey saying people don’t want to use it for some odd reason. Read more »