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Globecomm
45 Oser Avenue
Hauppauge NY 11788
USA

Phone: 631.231.9800
Web site: www.globecomm.com
 
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Tempo is powerfully simple video for the evolving enterprise. Training, Corporate Communications, Mobile Apps and Digital Signage connect your team wherever they go. As an end-to-end service from Globecomm, we integrate Tempo into your network so you can publish once; push everywhere. Tempo’s solid, unified platform eliminates the technology silos that complicate delivery and performance. The result: a harmonious, secure video ecosystem delivering pristine digital media to any device, in  any environment. www.tempoeverywhere.com

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Tempo is video for the forward-leaning enterprise. Interactive Distance Learning, Corporate Communications, Mobile Apps and Digital Signage connect your team wherever they go. Tempo’s unified platform easily integrates with your other IT platforms, like HR Associate Directories, Learning Management Systems, and Media Asset Management platforms. You can choose to distribute your content over your network or ours. Tempo supports hybrid networks and offers scalable content management features. This is how you thrive with video! www.tempoeverywhere.com

 

This company is listed in the following categories:
Mobile VideoVideo Encoding/TranscodingVideo Hosting/DeliveryEducation Video
Enterprise VideoGovernment Video
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