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Logitech Collaboration Programme welcomes 15 new tech partners

Logitech announces the addition of 15 new technology partners to its programme, designed for tighter integration in the video collaboration market

Logitech announced an expansion of its Logitech Collaboration Programme (LCP), with the addition of 15 new technology partners. The programme provides members with access to the Logitech Software Reference Kit (SRK), allowing them to integrate their solutions with Logitech’s technology for tighter end user expereince. LCP members also have access to joint marketing and sales programmes, as well as distribution opportunities.

The Logitech Collaboration Programme was announced last June and provides partners with a framework for delivering high-quality video collaboration experiences.

“The SRK enables an exceptional user experience by providing enhanced integrations between partner applications and Logitech devices,” the vendor said in a statement. “The SRK includes code samples and documentation for integrations such as call control (answer/ hang up, volume, mute etc.), local pan / tilt / zoom (PTZ), far end PTZ, and LCD content.”

The programme’s founding members include video conferencing providers, BlueJeans, BroadSoft, Lifesize, Vidyo and Zoom.

New integration partners include: CounterPath, FreeConferenceCall.com, Fuze, StarLeaf, V-CUBE and VSee.

Also joining are Clary Icon, HD Technology Partners, Iluminari, InFocus, mEdge, Media Network Services, Pexip, and SMART Technologies.

“Our customers are looking for conference room video to be as seamless and easy to join as it is from the desktop,” said Scott Wharton, general manager of Logitech’s Video Collaboration Group. “Working together with industry-leading technology companies on the integration of Logitech products enables us to deliver ease of use without compromising in-room quality and experience.”

 

 

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