Prominent Analyst Firm Highlights Blue Jeans Network’s Innovation in the Unified Communications and Network Services Space.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Blue Jeans Network, the leader in interoperable video conferencing services, today announced it has been recognized by Gartner as a 2012 Cool Vendors in Unified Communications and Network Services for its innovation in enterprise communications technology.

The report, written by Gartner analysts Jay Lassman, Bern Elliot, Lydia Leong, Steve Blood and Robert F. Mason, highlights companies that offer innovative solutions to reduce infrastructure complexity, improve security and facilitate user access to unified communications functions and videoconferencing for small and midsize businesses, and large enterprises. As businesses increase their distributed workforce and investment in video infrastructure, the Blue Jeans Network model provides accessibility to a range of endpoints and delivers great value.

The study found that the most disruptive technologies are innovating cloud-based platforms that will enable the aggregation of unified communications and collaboration applications and services from different providers. This capability can simplify end-user access and improve the interoperability of solutions from major competitors.

“Blue Jeans Network offers innovative technology that provides world-class solutions for problems currently plaguing the video conferencing market,” said James Matheson, Vice President of Marketing for Blue Jeans Network. “We view our inclusion in Gartner’s 2012 Cool Vendor report as not only an honor but also a proof point to the power the Blue Jeans service can offer to businesses.”

Since its launch in June 2011, Blue Jeans Network has been a leader in innovation in the video collaboration space. Blue Jeans has created a world class cloud-based video conferencing solution that allows customers to easily communicate anytime, anywhere, and from practically any device, removing any friction that can hinder set-up and use.

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