OTTAWA, Dec. 9, 2015 /CNW/ - Magor Corporation (TSX-V:MCC), is pleased to report additional orders in support of the continued nationwide expansion by the RCMP of Magor's innovative Visual Collaboration software. To-date, the RCMP has deployed Magor's software in over 100 sites across the country. The orders received for an additional 29 systems reflects their on-going geographically expansion of deployments, both for meeting rooms and desktop applications.
As an early recipient of the BICP award (Build in Canada Innovation Program) to foster Canadian technology into the Canadian Government, Magor and the RCMP have worked closely together to address RCMP needs for Video and Collaboration. Since that introduction, the RCMP has continued to expand the scope and usage of Magor's software.
"As would be expected, Magor has had to address the specific needs of the RCMP for this nationwide deployment, with security and network performance fundamental to their needs," said Ken Davison, EVP Sales and Marketing for Magor Corporation. "We are very pleased with the support from RCMP divisions as they broaden their adoption of Magor's software. In particular we have worked closely with them to confirm the bandwidth efficiency of multipoint calls including the ability to engage low bandwidth locations such as the far north."
About Magor Corporation:
Magor develops and markets visual collaboration software for a world that increasingly rewards those who can bring together the right people and information at the right time. Magor's Aerus service delivery platform removes the limitations of traditional video conferencing and collaboration tools to provide entirely new ways of interacting with video with the goal of creating new ways to be productive. To find out more about Magor Corporation (TSX-V: MCC), visit our website at http://www.magorcorp.com.
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