Zoom's Latest Competitor Hails From Tel Aviv
The Tel Aviv research and development center of U.S. cloud communication services company Vonage has developed a free remote conferencing service intended to rival Zoom
Since the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, Vonagey has reported a dramatic increase in demand for its video services. Israel's national emergency medical service Magen David Adom has already begun using Vonage’s new service for conference calls between suspected Covid-19 patients and doctors, according to the company’s statement.
New York-listed Vonage provides communication services to businesses and organizations, and reports revenues surpassing $1 billion annually. Among its customers are Uber, WeWork, Airbnb, and Dutch national carrier KLM. Founded in 2001, the company employs 2,000 people.