Polycom LogoInternet Videocommunications was awarded the world’s first Polycom Platinum Reseller Accreditation all the way back  in 2002 and we still hold it to this day.

This highest level of accreditation is testament to our commitment to service excellence, industry-leading support and technical expertise. Polycom's Reseller Certification Program recognises that an authorised reseller meets rigorous, worldwide standards of excellence and expertise. 

Their products have been utilised form Doctors to Film directors and have won a plethora of awards in more categories than you can organise a video conference for.

The company started in 1990 with a vision of transforming a simple device—the speaker phone—into an indispensable business tool. Since then Polycom has grown to become a global leader in video, voice and content collaboration solutions serving industries and enterprises of all shapes and sizes.

Polycom AwardThey boast two decades of innovation and more than 950 technology patents that underline their mission to unleash the power of human collaboration. They create amazing solutions and innovative user experiences that help people around the world defy distance to increase productivity, accelerate innovation, provide better customer service, expand education and save lives. As a trusted partner, Internet Videocommunications has the expertise and knowledge to deliver it all to                                                                                                                                   you.

cisco 3Cisco is the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected. At Cisco customers come first and an integral part of their DNA is creating long-lasting customer partnerships and working with them to identify their needs and provide solutions that support their success.

The concept of solutions being driven to address specific customer challenges has been with Cisco since its inception. Husband and wife Len Bosack and Sandy Lerner, both working for Stanford University, wanted to email each other from their respective offices located in different buildings but were unable to due to technological shortcomings. A technology had to be invented to deal with disparate local area protocols; and as a result of solving their challenge - the multi-protocol router was born.

What is Cisco's mission statement?

Shape the future of the Internet by creating unprecedented value and opportunity for our customers, employees, investors, and ecosystem partners.

logitech 3Focused on innovation and quality, Logitech designs personal peripherals to help people enjoy a better experience with the digital world. Starting in 1981 with mice, which (new at the time) provided a more intuitive way of interacting with a personal computer. Logitech became the worldwide leader in computer mice, and have reinvented the mouse in dozens of ways to match the evolving needs of PC and laptop users.

Since those early days, Logitech has expanded it's expertise in product design beyond the computer mouse, with a broad portfolio of interface devices that are the “last inch” between you and your computer or your console game, digital music or home-entertainment system.

With products sold in almost every country in the world, Logitech’s leadership in innovation now encompasses a wide variety of personal peripherals (both cordless and corded), with special emphasis on products for PC navigation, gaming, Internet communications, digital music and home-entertainment control.

LifesizeFor each of their product categories, Logitech studies how customers use their digital devices, and then it's designers and engineers set their sights on how to create a better experience with those devices – richer, more comfortable, more fun, more productive, more convenient, more delightful.


pexipPexip was founded on the idea that they could greatly improve and revolutionise the way people work and collaborate visually.

With Pexip Infinity’s virtualised and distributed software, unified communications for everyone is made possible in a realistic way. They believe by utilising industry standard IT tools, and looking at solving challenges through IT, everyone can have access to video, audio and data collaboration. Everyone can have their own Virtual Meeting Room that can be used simply and effectively.

Deployed on-premise, in a private or public cloud, or even rented as a service, Pexip’s Virtual Machine software enables organisations to deploy as much and as widely as needed, in minutes rather than days or weeks.

The Pexip culture is built on a strong foundation of solid values, and vast experience. They believe in the power of video communication, and working to enable people to communicate better visually.

Pexip is based in Oslo, Norway, with offices in the USA and United Kingdom.

Bluejeans 2Blue Jeans Network was founded in November 2009 with a passion to make video communications easy. Starting from the ground up, Blue Jeans was built as a cloud-based conferencing service to enable people to connect with each other any time, any place and from any device. Every phone call should be a video call and Blue Jeans are designing the technology to make that happen.

VidyoVidyo is changing the way people connect. They focus on moving the business model for video conferencing beyond expensive legacy hardware and dedicated networks to provide a powerful, flexible and scalable software-based solution that is also affordable. Easy to use and manage, Vidyo™ technology innovations put HD-quality, multipoint video communications within reach of anyone using any device, anywhere. All that’s needed is an Internet, LTE or 4G connection to join in a lifelike and truly collaborative meeting experience. Today, Vidyo’s video collaboration solutions power new workflow applications that close information gaps and boost productivity in industries such as banking, education, government, healthcare, and high tech.

Vidyo Vice Chairman and Co-founder, Ofer Shapiro, led the design team that built the industry’s first commercially successful video conferencing system.  He understood that driving mass adoption of video conferencing as a key business tool required a sharp departure from the norm. The team focused on quality, simplicity and value to create a better alternative to traditional room systems (high-quality, high cost, complex) and consumer solutions (low-quality, low-cost).

Among their critical breakthroughs are the introduction of  high-resolution desktop and mobile video, and the world’s first software-based platform for video communications and collaboration to leverage the H.264 Scalable Video Coding (SVC) standard—developed in large part by members of the early team at Vidyo. The patented VidyoRouter™ architecture allows customers in every sector of the economy to bring video conferencing technology onboard without overhauling or upgrading their networks.