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Vu2Vu Ireland signs strategic deal with India’s Lamhas Satellite Services

MUMBAI: Video communication company Vu2Vu has signed a strategic partnership with India-based satellite service provider Lamhas Satellite Services to sell and distribute bespoke video communication solutions in the Indian subcontinent.

Vu2Vu Group (Vu2Vu) founding director, CTO Andrew Collins and Lamhas Satellite Services MD Manoj Shah signed the agreement in the presence of Minister for Employment and Small Business in Ireland H.E. Pat Breen TD and Irish Ambassador to India H.E. Brian McElduff in New Delhi during the Enterprise Ireland Trade Mission to India.

Vu2Vu Group (Vu2Vu) founding director, CTO Andrew CollinsBreen said, “I am delighted to witness this partnership. We wish for the success of this programme, which will further create a strong partnership between Ireland and India and help us strengthen our relationship with country.”

Collins said, “We are happy to extend our expertise with Lamhas and look forward to increasing our presence in the Indian subcontinent. There has been a surge in telecommunication and teleconferencing facilities in India. Due to large geographical distances, business stretching beyond geographies and improved telecom infrastructure, teleconferencing is a necessity for doing business effectively and Lamhas will help us extend our reach and acceptance here.”

Talking about their innovative technology, Collins further added, “We have moved the business model for video conferencing beyond expensive legacy hardware and dedicated networks into cloud to provide a powerful, flexible and scalable software-based solution that is also affordable.”

Vu2Vu claims to have changed the way people connect. Easy-to-use and -manage, Vu2VuTM technology innovations put HD-quality, multipoint video communications within reach of anyone using any device, anywhere. All that’s needed is an internet, LTE, 3G or 4G connection to join in a life-like and truly collaborative meeting experience.

Today, Vu2Vu’sTM video collaboration solutions power new workflow applications that close information gaps boosting customer interactions.

Lamhas’ goal is to be at the forefront and lead India in the digital age. Its objective is to see that the benefits of telecommunications reach every corner of the country.

Speaking at the signing, Shah said, “This partnership with Vu2Vu is an important growth initiative for Lamhas. With our wealth of experience in the media and broadcasting industry, we look forward to providing valuable commercial and legal insights in the day-to-day operations.”

Lamhas said that it wants its services to be of the highest calibre, which provides value addition to its clients and partners along with maintaining a mutually beneficial relationship with Vu2Vu in order to become a leading telecommunications company in India.

Shah further added, “Lamhas is committed in providing exceptional resources to the communities we serve, seeking access to the world of information.”

Vu2Vu has been providing video conferencing solutions to Enterprise Ireland and has built a strong global cloud network and solutions. With this partnership with Lamhas, Vu2Vu aims to mark its presence in the Indian region, providing its expertise in the healthcare and education solution.