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- Zoom starts trading at $65 per share, 80 percent above IPO price
Video conferencing company Zoom Video Communications opened at $65 per share on Thursday, 80.6 percent above its initial public offering price, in its debut on the Nasdaq.
Reuters. Thursday, 18 Apr 2019.
- Videoconferencing company Zoom prices IPO at $36 per share
Videoconferencing company Zoom priced its IPO at $36 a share, above of its already-increased range.
CNBC. Wednesday, 17 Apr 2019.
- Intel buys FPGA provider Omnitek
Omnitek's IP is used in applications with heavy visual processing requirements, such as video conferencing, projection and display, and medical vision systems.
ZDNet. Tuesday, 16 Apr 2019.
- 10 Ways Technology Is Changing Coaching Now And In The Future
Apps, video conferencing, AI, AR, are just some of the technologies that have and will continue to change the practice of coaching.
Forbes. Monday, 8 Apr 2019.
- Video-conferencing company Zoom files for IPO with over $300 million in sales and even a profit
Zoom competes with Microsoft and Google in video conferencing. And it's profitable, unlike most tech companies at the time of their IPO.
CNBC. Friday, 22 Mar 2019.
- Can Cisco Respond To Zoom's Challenge In $20B Videoconferencing Market?
Zoom is growing at over 100% a year while Cisco's videoconferencing revenues rose 18%. Can Cisco maintain its lead?
Forbes. Friday, 8 Mar 2019.
- Detained Immigrants Suing US over Video Hearings
A group of detained immigrants is suing the Trump administration for forcing them to hold immigration hearings by videoconferencing in detention instead of appearing before a judge in person. ...
Voice of America. Wednesday, 13 Feb 2019.
- Security vulnerabilities in video conferencing devices could be remotely exploited by hackers
Vulnerability affects older products but could allow external attackers to access internal networks.
ZDNet. Thursday, 7 Feb 2019.
- Kansas extends medical board's regulations to telemedicine
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas has extended the state medical board's existing regulations for health care providers to the practice of consulting with patients through video conferencing. ...
Washington Times. Sunday, 30 Dec 2018.
- Video conferencing company Zoom readies IPO -sources
Zoom Video Communications Inc, a conferencing company started by an early engineer at collaboration software maker Webex, is preparing for an initial public offering (IPO), people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
Reuters. Friday, 26 Oct 2018.
- Telehealth helps promote safe antibiotic prescribing practices in remote healthcare
A pilot project at two rural VA medical centers demonstrated that telehealth videoconferencing promoted antibiotic stewardship efforts by linking remote facilities to infectious diseases-trained professionals.
Science Daily. Thursday, 6 Sep 2018.
- Will the branch of the future be in your living room?
Banks are adding videoconferencing at branches, but consumers might prefer to video-chat from their phones. Unlike with mobile banking, shirts and pants will likely be required.
American Banker. Acquired Monday, 24 Jul 2017.
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