Milton Chen Vsee

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  1. Vsee Lab
  2. Milton Chen Vsee
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VSee Lab, Inc
Type of businessPrivate
Videoconferencing
HeadquartersSunnyvale, California
Founder(s)Milton Chen
Key peopleMilton Chen, CEO
William Perry, Board of Directors
James Gibbons, Board of Directors
Terry Winograd, Board of Advisors
Pat Hanrahan Board of Advisors
David Kelley, Board of Advisors
James Davis, Board of Advisors
URLwww.vsee.com

VSee is a proprietary low-bandwidth, group video chat and screen-sharing software tool. It came out of a Stanford University PhD project addressing the problem of making virtual teamwork easy and conveying trust over video.[1][2]

Milton Chen, PhD Vsee “Selected as one of the creative and practical solutions that are helping to meet the rising costs of healthcare in the US.” Katie Seedenburg Fitbit. Milton Chen, the CEO of VSee gives you the scoop at the AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford 2008. VSee Lab, LLC was founded by Dr. VSee came out of his doctoral studies at Stanford University where he focused his work on video communication and the psychology of teamwork. His thesis 'Conveying Conversational Cues Through Video'. Addresses both the psychological and technical aspects of video communications.

Milton Chen Vsee

The service allows multiple users in various locations to communicate in real-time by video and audio. Its interface is able to concurrently display video faces and allow users annotate on shared screen content. VSee sends video at rates as low as 50 kbit/s and is capable of real-time video communication over 3G cellular networks.[3]

VSee is based in Sunnyvale, California with remote staff located worldwide. In April 2018, Vsee had 47 employees.

Origins and notable dates[edit]

VSee Lab, LLC was founded by Dr. Milton Chen. VSee came out of his doctoral studies at Stanford University where he focused his work on video communication and the psychology of teamwork. His thesis 'Conveying Conversational Cues Through Video'.[4] addresses both the psychological and technical aspects of video communications. VSee became a C corporation in 2008.

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  • In 2008, VSee Lab, Inc. was incorporated [5]
  • In 2008, VSee also received investment funding from In-Q-Tel[6] and an award grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program.[7]
  • In 2010, Salesforce invested in VSee.[8]
  • In 2011, VSee pushed out its Mac client.[9]
  • In 2012, VSee released secure instant messaging. It was also approved by US Congress for use behind their firewall.[10]

VSee Board of Directors include former Defense Secretary William Perry, former Stanford University Dean of Engineering James Gibbons, and Jingle Video for RTP co-author[11] Milton Chen.Its Board of Advisors include Terry Winograd, Pat Hanrahan, David Kelley, and James Davis.

According to the company, its customers include IBM, Shell, Kaiser Permanente, NASA, the Navy SEALs, and US Congress,[10] and its users include well-knowns such as Angelina Jolie,[12]Mandy Moore,[13] and Linkin Park.[14]

Investors include In-Q-Tel and Salesforce.com.

Features and design[edit]

VSee sends and receives high quality video over consumer-grade networks using software.[3]VSee uses a managed peer-to-peer architecture similar to Skype. However, a server is used for address lookup and for administrative purposes. Data being sent and received among clients does not pass through the server. This data is encrypted using FIPS 140-2.[15] VSee also uses a proprietary network-sensing algorithm that adapts to network conditions, allowing it to deliver video over very low-bandwidths and with minimal impact to a network.[3]VSee supports the following features:

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  • group video chat up to 15–20 people
  • screen-sharing with annotation
  • group and private chat (during video chat)[16]
  • stand-alone instant messaging
  • auxiliary camera support
  • remote camera control

See also[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^'VSee offers the best Group Video Conferencing tool for FREE [Review]'. tru VoIP buzz. Retrieved 7 Oct 2012.
  2. ^Lu, Yue; Yong Zhao; Fernando Kuipers; Piet Van Mieghem (2010). 'Measurement Study of Multi-party Video Conferencing'(PDF). Retrieved 2 Oct 2012.Cite journal requires journal= (help)
  3. ^ abcLocatis, Craig; Deborah Rilliamson; James Sterret; Isabel Detzler; Michael Ackerman (December 2011). 'Video Medical Interpretation over 3G Cellular Networks: A Feasibility Study'. Telemedicine and E-health. 17 (10): 809–13. doi:10.1089/tmj.2011.0084. PMC3236102. PMID22011055.
  4. ^Chen, Milton (2003). Conveying Conversational Cues Through Video(PDF). Stanford PhD Thesis Paper.
  5. ^'Crunch Base – VSee'. Crunch Base. Retrieved 9 Oct 2012.
  6. ^'Vsee's video conferencing solutions arrive in Europe'. Tech Crunch. Retrieved 8 Oct 2012.
  7. ^'Keeping an Eye on the Inauguration'. National Science Foundation. Retrieved 6 Oct 2012.
  8. ^'Exclusive: Salesforce Invests In Video Messaging Startup (And Skype Rival) VSee'. Tech Crunch. Retrieved 9 Oct 2012.
  9. ^'VSee™ Launches Secure Group Video Chat for Mac® Today'. Retrieved 9 Oct 2012.
  10. ^ abSiegelbaum, Debbie. 'House offers new video teleconferencing service for members, staff'. The Hill. Retrieved 5 Oct 2012.
  11. ^'Jingle Video for RTP'. Retrieved 4 June 2008.
  12. ^'The Story Behind World Refugee Day Live'. Refugee Day Live. Retrieved 7 Oct 2012.
  13. ^'VSee, Ustream, Facebook and Mandy Moore Fight Malaria'. Business Wire. Retrieved 9 Oct 2012.
  14. ^'VSee Enables 'Haiti Today, Haiti Tomorrow' - a Facebook Town Hall, Featuring Linkin Park and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon'. Reuters. Retrieved 9 Oct 2012.
  15. ^'VSee Security'. Retrieved 1 Oct 2012.
  16. ^'Secure and Simple Video Conferencing'. Retrieved 10 Oct 2012.

External links[edit]

Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=VSee&oldid=1004265740'

SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VSee™, a leading provider of video collaboration services, is pleased to announce One-Click Collaboration—a “no install” experience that instantly starts a rich video collaboration session. This new addition offers limitless opportunities to our customers to further improve their VSee experience. Remote teams can now create meeting invitations via a hyperlink that will seamlessly start a video collaboration session with just one click. Sales staff who work with distributed customers, partners and prospects can now offer a frictionless experience when inviting them to a meeting—guests merely click on a hyperlink and multiparty video calling, application/desktop sharing and file transfer will launch in seconds.

“One-click Collaboration combines the scalability and performance of peer-to-peer approaches such as Skype with the no-install simplicity of web technologies like Flash video; specifically overcoming the limitations of Flash and Skype,” said Milton Chen, Founder and CEO of VSee. “One-Click Collaboration is a new capability that will enhance our customers’ VSee experience by allowing them to more easily and more immediately initiate video collaboration sessions.”

“My customers require extreme security and simplicity. Unlike Cisco, WebEx, or GotoMeeting, VSee lets me securely connect to my customers in one click no matter where I am in the world; even over 3G,” said Rob Wall, CEO of Perceptix.

One-Click Collaboration will be released for general availability in July 2011 at http://www.vsee.com. Please contact [email protected] to receive a private beta invitation.

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About VSee

VSee™ provides the easiest and most secure video collaboration service for distributed teams. The award-winning VSee technology requires one-third the bandwidth needed by traditional conferencing vendors like Skype, WebEx, and Polycom, allowing businesses to carry out low bandwidth, full-team video collaboration even over 3G cellular networks. The VSee patent-pending user interface has been extensively tested and refined through large-scale deployments with Fortune 500 and military users, resulting in a highly intuitive user experience.

Based on CEO Milton Chen’s human-computer interaction PhD research at Stanford University, VSee was incorporated in 2008. Backed by Salesforce.com and In-Q-Tel, VSee serves more than 6000 enterprises world-wide including Shell, Intel, NTT Data, Saudi Aramco, Primerica, the U.S. Navy SEALs and the U.S. National Science Foundation. Get started at http://www.vsee.com.

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