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New York Yankees Get to Savor High Speed Video's Quality Video Solutions

May 10, 2012


Thanks to High Speed Video's (HSV) ability to offer highly flexible video-conferencing and telepresence, the video conferencing rooms at Yankee Stadium and the Yankee organization's Corporate Facility in Tampa Florida will now have the highest quality video and audio communications.

In addition to managing services end to end, HSV will also allow the Yankees to extend the reach of video communications to all desktops, laptops and mobile handsets within the organization, according to company officials.

"We are very pleased to be working directly with the New York Yankees and for the opportunity to extend our special breed of services directly to individual MLB (News - Alert) Franchises," said Mike Maresca, CEO at HSV, in a statement.

HSV is reportedly the first platform agnostic, fully managed service delivering affordable enterprise grade video communications to businesses of all sizes. It overcomes the limitations of proprietary and hardware based systems with its open architecture and a completely pay-as-you-go licensing model.

Its unique SaaS (News - Alert) approach eliminates the need for upfront capital expenses while the high definition full motion video, offered in a reliable and secure environment without the hassle of travel and costs. As the service is scalable, Yankees can connect to any standards-based video conference system in the world.

HSV is deployed worldwide across major global brand name enterprise customers and has been nominated for a Sports Emmy for use in the NFL's highly successful Team Cam network.

In related news, HSV and Hire Disability Solutions, a certified disabled owned company promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities and Veterans into mainstream employment, conducted hundreds of video conference interviews as part of the Global Veterans Career Expo using HSV's clear vision technology.

Edited by Brooke Neuman