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Amazon Web Services (AWS) announces a new unified communications service that makes meetings easier and more efficient than ever before. Cutting the cost to one-third compared to traditional solutions, the new Amazon Chime enable customers to start high-quality video and audio meetings with one-click. It will also allow customers to host or join a meeting, chat, and share content and screens with a seamless, synchronized experience across desktops, iOS, and Android devices.
Amazon Chime bets to take frustration out of meetings, delivering very high quality video, voice, chat, and screen sharing.
Amazon Chime calls all participants when a meeting starts so joining a meeting is as easy as clicking a button in the app, no PIN required.
To evade noise on calls, like typing, somebody joins or drops mid-call, Amazon Chime shows a visual roster of all attendees. This feature gives the power to attendee to put an end to background noise by muting any noisy line.
Amazon Chime offers strong mobile and desktop apps, and keeps meetings and chats synchronized across devices, so users can join meetings from anywhere via Android, iOS, Mac, and Windows apps (and seamlessly switch from mobile to desktop, or app to app whenever needed).
Amazon Chime can be integrated with existing corporate directories, and provides IT administrators the ability to manage identities and control access across an organization. It requires no upfront investments, complicated deployment, or ongoing maintenance – customers can simply download the application and get started using the service in minutes.
One can right away get started with Amazon Chime
Amazon Chime offers the following benefits:
Availability and Pricing
Amazon Chime will soon be available through APN partners Level 3 and Vonage. The availability is scheduled for the second quarter of 2017. Also scheduled to be available in the second quarter of 2017, Vonage will provide Amazon Chime Pro Edition to its business customers at no additional cost.
Amazon Chime is now available in three versions. Amazon Chime Basic Edition is free and lets users attend meetings, call another person using voice or video, and use Amazon Chime’s messaging and chat capabilities.
Amazon Chime Plus Edition adds user management, such as the ability to manage an entire e-mail domain, disable accounts, or configure Active Directory, as well as 1GB per user of message retention – all for $2.50 per user, per month.
Amazon Chime Pro Edition adds the ability to host meetings with screen sharing and video for up to 100 users and also includes support for mobile, laptop, and in-room video along with unlimited VoIP support – all for $15 per user, per month.
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