Disruption is in the Air: Intel’s Caroline Chan Explores Opportunities for Broadcasters in a 5G World

The broadcast industry should prepare today to capitalize on opportunities in the coming 5G era, according to Caroline Chan, vice president of the Network Platforms Group and general manager of the 5G Infrastructure Division at Intel Corporation. Chan recently addressed a gathering of broadcast industry experts at this year’s IBC Conference in Amsterdam, Sept. 14-18. She outlined how 5G will revolutionize the way broadcasters deliver content and monetize new engaging and immersive experiences.

Chairing a panel, “Leading the Digital Media Transformation in 5G Network Era,” Chan explored how 5G networks will offer media companies and brands an unprecedented opportunity to meet customers where they want to be and deliver new experiences and services that enrich their lives. Other speakers who joined Chan on the panel included Ralf Jacob, president, Verizon Digital Media Services; Emili Planas, chief technology officer and operations manager, Mediapro; and Steve Plunkett, chief technology officer, Broadcast and Media Services, Ericsson.

Press Kit: 5G

Investment in 5G readiness by transforming networks to meet the growing demand for new experiences is accelerating, spurred on by consumer demand for unique, immersive entertainment experiences from any device in real time. These experiences will deepen customer relationships and open up new revenue opportunities.

In sports, for example, Intel® True VR and Intel® freeD technologies are enabling more immersive experiences that bring fans closer to the action both in stadiums and at home. The goal is to give fans a more personalized experience and more control of how they interact with their favorite leagues, teams and players, whether viewing in virtual reality or sharing 360-degree views of the best plays of the game on devices and digital channels.

“During a match, how about connecting to real-time content? Do you want to see players from every angle on the Jumbotron or watch interactive highlights and replays on a variety of devices?”

Chan explained how communication service providers are deploying computing intelligence as close to the fans and these devices as possible to ensure the best possible quality of experience.

For example, Intel has been working with China Unicom*, Nokia* and Tencent* to deliver a multi-access edge computing solution at the Shanghai Mercedes Benz Arena. Customers of China Unicom who visit the arena are able to enjoy multiple view angles of the event, powered by Nokia Edge Video Orchestration (EVO) Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) solution. With MEC, China Unicom customers can also enjoy a significantly improved real-time viewing experience by taking advantage of shorter latency in the arena.

With so much potential to unlock, Chan explained that networks must be designed with the intelligence, flexibility and speed required to support these new immersive experiences. Emerging technologies, such as software defined network (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) are essential building blocks of this transformation.

“While service providers invest to transform their networks, they will also deploy new capture and encoding technologies that minimize bandwidth requirements for the creation, transmission and consumption of video content.”

In closing, Chan urged broadcasters to begin considering how future developments resulting from the advent of 5G could affect their business, as early adopters will be prepared to win in the 5G world. The time is now for communication service providers and other network operators to put the infrastructure in place.

To learn more, read Chan’s blog, “IBC2017. Sports, Heroes & 5G: Delighting Consumers, Monetizing Mobile Entertainment Experiences.”

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[Press Releases]ASUS Announces ZenFone 4 Family in Europe

We Love Photo event in Rome marks European debut of ZenFone 4 Pro with gigabit connectivity, ZenFone 4, ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro, ZenFone 4 Selfie, and ZenFone 4 Max 


ROME, Italy, September 21, 2017 — ASUS CEO Jerry Shen today unveiled the highly anticipated ZenFone 4 smartphones — ZenFone 4 Pro with gigabit connectivity, ZenFone 4, ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro, ZenFone 4 Selfie and ZenFone 4 Max — during the We Love Photo press event in Rome. ZenFone 4 is the first family of smartphones to all feature dual rear or dual front cameras, enabling users to capture the best photos in any scenario, at any distance, and in any lighting conditions. Combined with ultra-fast connectivity, users can instantly share their beautiful photos with friends and family, and enjoy using all of their favorite apps and services with unprecedented speed.

Taking the stage at Rome’s recently opened megastructure, the Roma Convention Center La Nuvola, Mr. Shen passionately expressed his excitement for the European debut of ZenFone 4. “We are very thrilled to announce the availability of the ZenFone 4 family to all of Europe,” said Mr. Shen. “Our ZenFone 4 Series comes with the best dual cameras, and photography and connectivity features to change the way you document and share every precious moment with your friends and family.” 

Executive Vice President of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and President of QCT, Cristiano Amon joined Mr. Shen on stage to commemorate the ZenFone 4 launch and to praise the strong relationship between ASUS and Qualcomm. Mr. Amon continued on to highlight some of the leading technologies found in the new smartphones. “It is a pleasure to work with ASUS on the launch of their ZenFone 4 family of smartphones all powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Mobile Platforms. ZenFone 4 Pro marks a significant milestone for the mobile industry as it’s the world’s first commercial smartphone to have gigabit LTE and 802.11ad multi-gigabit Wi-Fi technologies, offering ultra-fast gigabit connectivity everywhere— indoors or on the go. The collaboration between Qualcomm Technologies, ASUS and our joint carrier partners is helping to build the gigabit experience for mobile users while paving the way for the upcoming industry transition to 5G. ZenFone 4 also uses the Snapdragon 630 Mobile Platform to provide superior user experiences, while maintaining extraordinary battery performance.” 

After the product announcements, the event transitioned to the evening festivities which consisted of product demonstrations, dinner, drinks and a live performance from the international DJ sensation Bob Sinclair. 


ZenFone 4 series: We Love Photo

The ZenFone 4 Series smartphones are designed to provide the best mobile photography experiences, with dual cameras that enable unlimited creative options and give users the freedom to capture their world from multiple perspectives. The ZenFone 4 Series currently includes two models: ZenFone 4 Pro and ZenFone 4.


ZenFone 4 Pro with gigabit connectivity: 10X zoom, 8X light sensitivity, 6GB RAM

ZenFone 4 Pro with gigabit connectivity is the ultimate expression of ASUS smartphone design, crafted to provide luxury in every detail and engineered to deliver an unparalleled mobile photography experience. ZenFone 4 Pro features an advanced dual-camera system designed to take mobile photography to new heights. Its main camera is equipped with the industry-leading Sony® IMX362 image sensor with a large 1/2.55-inch size, 1.4µm pixels and a wide, f/1.7-aperture lens to capture brighter and clearer photos in low light. The dual-camera system on ZenFone 4 Pro also has a 16MP camera with a 2X optical zoom and a 10X total zoom that brings distant subjects closer, putting them in sharp focus while softening background details. Together with the ASUS SuperPixel™ Engine that effectively increases captured light by up to 8X, and optical image stabilization (OIS) that enables blur-free handheld exposures of up to 1/4 seconds, ZenFone 4 Pro captures sharper, brighter and clearer photos at night and in low-light environments.

ZenFone 4 Pro is built on the latest Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 Mobile Platform, which is designed to deliver powerful performance, while Qualcomm Spectra™ 180 ISP is designed to support vibrant photos and videos, and Qualcomm Adreno™ 540 GPU is engineered to provide superior performance for high-end mobile gaming. ZenFone 4 Pro with gigabit connectivity features an integrated Snapdragon X16 gigabit LTE modem and multi-gigabit 802.11ad Wi-Fi for gigabit connectivity everywhere — indoors and on the go, as well as 2×2 802.11ac Wi-Fi with MU-MIMO for a robust Wi-Fi experience. With the ultra-fast gigabit connectivity, users will be able to download and share 4K UHD videos in seconds, sync their photos, videos and other files almost instantly, enjoy delay-free VR, access to cloud and more, both indoors with 802.11ad Wi-Fi and on the go with gigabit LTE. Moreover, the built-in portable Wi-Fi hotspot lets users share gigabit LTE connectivity with other mobile devices such as laptops. 802.11ad Wi-Fi ensures that these devices can utilize the gigabit LTE connectivity even in crowded places such as airports.

Built-in NFC enables convenient mobile payments with Android Pay™, and a front-mounted live fingerprint reader offers improved security and fast phone unlocking in just 0.3 seconds. To help prevent unauthorized use, ZenFone 4 Pro has an advanced, extra-secure live fingerprint sensor. A capacitive sensor detects fingerprint details in the usual way, but there's an additional infrared optical sensor that detects blood flow under the skin, ensuring the finger on the sensor is that of a live human being.


ZenFone 4: Dual cameras, 120° landscape photos

ZenFone 4 is a 5.5-inch Android™ smartphone that evolves the ZenFone lineage with luxurious, crafted design and delivers an unparalleled mobile photography experience with a dual-camera system that gives users the freedom to capture photographs from multiple perspectives. The dual-camera system features a main camera with the flagship Sony IMX362 image sensor and a large, f/1.8 aperture lens that offers incredible low-light performance to let users capture gorgeous photos at night or indoors, as well as a 120° wide-angle lens that enables users to fit more scenery and people in the frame for dramatic photos and videos that capture a true sense of place.

Powered by the latest Snapdragon 630 Mobile Platform, ZenFone 4 delivers fast yet energy-efficient performance for every scenario, and a high-capacity 3300mAh lithium-polymer battery and ASUS BoostMaster fast-charge technology keep ZenFone 4 going longer. The Snapdragon 630 Mobile Platform with up to 4GB of RAM is engineered to support improved CPU performance and the Adreno 508 GPU is designed to deliver 30% faster graphics performance than Snapdragon 626 for smooth and responsive experiences with the latest apps and incredible 3D gaming.

ZenFone 4 represents a major evolution in smartphone camera design, empowering users to rediscover their world from different points of view and have more fun exploring and sharing with friends. ZenFone 4 opens the door to unlimited photographic possibilities and puts professional-quality photos within everyone's reach.


ZenFone 4 Selfie Series: We Love Selfie & Wefie

ZenFone 4 Selfie Series smartphones feature high-quality, dual front-facing cameras and intuitive yet powerful image-processing software that enables users to easily capture beautiful selfies and super wide-angle wefies with their friends in any scenario. The all-new SelfieMaster app lets users apply real-time beautification effects to selfies, videos, and live-streams, and the camera's Beauty mode enables professional-quality adjustments — such as skin softening, eye enhancement and facial-feature balancing — with just a few taps. With its compelling combination of dual cameras and beautification features, the ZenFone 4 Selfie series provides the best all-around selfie photography experiences, letting users have fun, express themselves and portray the perfect version of themselves to the world.


ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro: 2X light sensitivity, 120° wefies, 4K UHD selfie video

ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro — the flagship model of the ZenFone 4 Selfie series — has the world's most advanced selfie camera, with a Sony IMX362 dual-pixel image sensor that has twice the number of light-capturing photodiodes as conventional sensors of the same resolution, and the SuperPixel Engine that enables users to capture 2X brighter low-light selfies and astonishingly detailed 4K UHD selfie video. 24MP[1] DuoPixel™ camera technology uses the information captured by the sensor to intelligently create one 24MP photo, resulting in beautiful, high-resolution selfies. ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro also comes with a 120° super wide-angle wefie camera that makes it easy to fit multiple people or the surrounding environment into the shot, perfect for social occasions and travel.

In addition to its dual selfie cameras, ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro features a rear 16MP camera with a Sony image sensor and the SuperPixel Engine to let you capture every precious moment with vivid clarity and stunning detail. This rear camera also shoots video at up to 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160) — 4 times the quality of Full HD — letting you enjoy capturing and sharing your memories with incredible levels of detail.

ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro is powered by a 64-bit, 2.0GHz Snapdragon 625 Mobile Platform with 4GB RAM and desktop-grade Adreno 506 GPU, designed to deliver smooth and responsive camera performance for superior photography experiences as well as run the latest apps and games with ease. ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro is available in three beautiful colors: Rouge Red, Sunlight Gold and Deepsea Black


ZenFone 4 Selfie: Dual selfie cameras, 20MP selfies & 120° wefies

ZenFone 4 Selfie features dual, front-facing cameras, including a high-resolution, 20MP main selfie camera and a 120° super wide-angle wefie camera. A softlight LED flash delivers the perfect amount of fill light in low-light conditions, softening skin texture and bringing out true skin tones to make selfies look their best. Users have additional photo-enhancement effects with the ASUS-exclusive SelfieMaster app, which applies beautification effects in real-time, letting users preview the results and even apply them while shooting video or live-streaming on their favorite social-networking sites.

In addition to its dual selfie cameras, ZenFone 4 Selfie features a rear, high-resolution 16MP camera with fast, phase-detection autofocus for capturing every precious moment with vivid clarity and stunning detail. Powered by the Snapdragon 430 Mobile Platform, ZenFone 4 Selfie comes with a triple-slot tray that accommodates two SIM cards for dual data connections with speeds of up to 150Mbps and an additional microSD slot to expand storage by up to 2TB. Its convenient design lets users install both SIMs and a microSD card in one easy step.


ZenFone 4 Max Series: We Love Going Further

ZenFone 4 Max Series smartphones are designed to be the perfect all-day photography companion, featuring a dual-rear-camera system with a 13MP main camera and a 120° wide-view camera. ZenFone 4 Max will come in two different sizes for Europe. ZenFone 4 Max (ZC554KL) features a 5.5-inch display and a high-capacity 5000mAh battery with ASUS PowerMaster technology for an incredible 46 days of 4G standby time. ZenFone 4 Max (ZC520KL) features a 5.2-inch display with a fast-charging 4100mAh battery for up to 37 days 4G standby. With its massive battery power, ZenFone 4 Max can double as a power bank for charging other devices, supplying 5V at 1A to attached devices when using the included[2] USB On The Go (OTG) cable. While charging other devices, ZenFone 4 Max monitors its own charge level and will not allow the battery to drain below 30% capacity, ensuring users will be able to continue using their phone.

ZenFone 4 Max runs on the powerful, yet energy-efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 and 430 Mobile Platforms[3] that work in concert with the high-capacity battery to give users ample power for a full working day and beyond, freeing them from battery-life worries. Qualcomm Adreno 308 and 505 graphics processors further enhance performance and responsiveness, and enables ZenFone 4 Max to run the latest, graphically demanding games. ZenFone 4 Max also supports 4G LTE Category 4 for ultra-fast mobile download speeds up to 150Mbps.


[1] 24MP (12MP x 2) DuoPixel™ camera unit – Sony IMX362 12MP dual pixel image sensor

[2] Included accessories may vary by SKU and/or country.

[3] ZC554KL and ZC520KL SKU may vary by country, please check with local sales representative.

Intel and Blueprint Reality Put Creators First with New Partnership

Mixcast VR
Intel partners with Blueprint Reality on Mixcast, a mixed reality solution to show a virtual experience on a two-dimensional screen. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

As part of Intel’s ongoing commitment to delivering new and exciting virtual reality (VR) technologies, the company is partnering with Blueprint Reality* to power MixCast™, a powerful tool transforming how we create and view mixed reality content.

VR presents truly immersive experiences for the people directly interacting with the technology. At the same time, for those watching VR in the real world, it can be a struggle to see how the user engages in virtual environments. To address this challenge, Intel has partnered with Blueprint Reality for a mixed reality solution to show a virtual experience on a two-dimensional screen. Through a powerful broadcast and presentation system, users receive a blended experience of a real person interacting in a virtual world.

Press Kit: Virtual Reality

With the rise of livestreaming VR content through popular platforms such as Twitch* and YouTube Live*, the Blueprint Reality partnership marks a milestone in Intel’s ongoing commitment to evolve the VR experience. The power of mixed reality creates a new level of immersion for gamers and VR enthusiasts because of the tight integration of Intel hardware and Blueprint Reality software. For developers of VR content, educators demonstrating complex concepts or Twitch personalities who livestream their experiences, Intel’s compute power enables MixCast to provide near-instantaneous renderings of content.

The MixCast Studio application is available today as a monthly subscription on Steam*. For VR content developers seeking to enable MixCast support within VR games and experiences, the free MixCast SDK can be found at the Blueprint Reality website.

Kim Pallister, director of Intel’s VR Center of Excellence, will share more today during his session at VRDC. He will also discuss other key learnings Intel has uncovered in powering best-in-class VR experiences, aiding developers in the next evolution of content creation.

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Learn why you need the LK970 in your flight simulator


Why You Need the LK970 in Your Flight Simulator

BenQ Corporation

We’ve established how difficult it can be to run a simulator. We’ve discussed the importance of knowing what factors contribute to providing an engaging experience for your users.

It’s time for the next step: choosing the right projector for the job. Opt for the BenQ LK970 for the professional performance, dependability and extraordinary flexibility you need at a price you can afford. We promise you wont be disappointed.


Feel secure in the simulated experience your pilots-in-training will be getting by making sure they’ll be able to view each runway light, everything on their instrument panel and any stretch of ocean they fly over with immense accuracy.

There’s no better way to do this than choosing the LK970. The 4K resolution offered by BenQ’s projector delivers images in Ultra High Definition (or UHD), guaranteeing exceptional picture quality. The DLP technology that powers it means you’ll be seeing 1.08 billion individual colors that are sharp, realistic and long-lasting.

Long story short, the LK970’s technology is unmatched.

Not to mention, with 5,000 lumens of brightness, you won’t have to worry about how ambient lighting issues may affect the visibility of on-screen images. It won’t matter how many times doors are opened and closed, allowing light into the room where simulations are being projected, because the LK970’s beam is powerful enough to deliver complete visibility even in the brightest of environments.


If you’ve never been exposed to BenQ’s BlueCore laser technology, prepare for a mind-blowing experience. The LK970 comes equipped with this revolutionary laser light source technology, which promises 20,000 hours of lamp life.

BlueCore technology also provides the projector with 24/7 capability, so you can run it all day and night without needing to switch it off.


Keeping your needs in mind, the LK970 has been thoughtfully engineered for instillation ease with a number of attributes. You can achieve a flawless simulated image from just about anywhere in the room.

The BlueCore laser technology boasted by the LK970 further comes into play here, as it allows the projector to be mounted at any angle along a horizontal or vertical axis. Project images onto walls, ceilings, floors or even onto an angled surface with dynamic 360-degree rotation and portrait orientations.

Plus, it’s not an issue to work around architectural snafus with horizontal and vertical lens shift technology. It handily calculates how to accurately project on-screen images from an off-center location, so no matter where you have to install the projector, you won’t be looking at an awkwardly skewed picture.

The LK970 also comes equipped with a variety of ports so you can be prepared for anything with the latest technology. We know you probably don’t have time to keep up with wiring technology closely enough to know about things like what the current gold standard is (it’s the HDBaseT port, in case you’re curious), so we’ve done the research for you and included it in the LK970’s comprehensive interface.

With the HDBaseT, you can control both audio and video components through a single cable from distances up to 328 feet. To put things in perspective, that’s longer than the Statue of Liberty is tall.

The 21st century is in full swing, and the need for high-quality simulations is only going to keep expanding.

Demand the best.

Demand the BenQ LK970.

To learn more about this exceptional display technology, click here.

Vive and Viveport at VRDC

Join us at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square, on September 21st and 22nd.


Tomorrow through Friday (September 21st and 22nd) we’ll be attending VRDC (Virtual Reality Developer’s Conference) at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square in San Francisco. Here’s what’s happening and where to find us.


President of Viveport Rikard Steiber will be giving a keynote address to VRDC at 10AM on Thursday the 21st, in Golden Gate 7, Lobby Level, Tower 3. Look out for a number of announcements and updates about Viveport and Viveport Subscription.


Vive and Viveport will be located at booth 201 and 207.

At booth 201 we’ll be demonstrating the latest build of the Viveport Arcade Manager, which is very close to rolling out for arcade operators worldwide. If you’re interested in either adding your VR title to Viveport Arcade, or operating an arcade yourself, you’ll want to take a look.

Also at booth 201 we’ll be demonstrating the four-player multiplayer version of HordeZ with the creators, Niklas Persson and Marie Goldberg.

Over at booth 207, we’ve partnered with Bethesda Softworks to demonstrate the highly anticipated Doom VFR and Fallout 4 VR, which will both be playable.

Whichever booth you visit, we’re looking forward to talking to developers about Vive, Viveport and VR in general, so make sure you drop by!

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Viveport improvements since launch

You asked, we listened, we improved. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes on Viveport and wanted to share news of some fixes, updates and changes we have made to our Viveport desktop client since launch.


First, some context. Viveport is a brand-new software platform that has been live for less than a year. With all new software projects there are going to be bugs, and Viveport has been no exception. There are other digital software sales platforms that have been available a lot longer than Viveport, so we expect it will take a while for Viveport to catch up to them in terms of features and performance. Our goal hasn’t changed, though – to build Viveport into a great VR platform.

When we launched Viveport in 2016, we had 75 titles. Today we have grown to 1,000 titles in all our regions and we have processed millions of transactions. We have also added some unique features like Viveport Subscription.

While our product and engineering teams work continually to improve Viveport, other teams are monitoring and asking for direct feedback from you. With your help, we believe we’ve significantly improved Viveport. Recently we’ve shifted our development focus from adding a lot of new features, to optimization and stability.

While there have been thousands of changes to Viveport (and you can find highlights here), let’s discuss some of the biggest issues reported during Viveport’s first year of operations – and what we’ve done about them.

TOP ISSUE: “Viveport content download speeds”

No-one wants to wait longer than they must for the latest VR content. While we originally had a basic CDN backed download system at Viveport’s launch, it didn’t match expectations. We rebuilt it and launched the new download system this summer, increasing Viveport’s download speeds to rival and even exceed the download speeds provided by other leading content platforms.

The new download backend not only uses multiple CDNs, but it also provides multiple levels of redundancy, as we have incorporated new technology from third parties that are specialized in download optimization. When you download content now, you should see faster download speeds, no matter where you are in the world.

TOP ISSUE: “Viveport takes up too many system resources”

Virtual reality is a challenging task for almost any PC, so having a desktop client occupy more resources than necessary isn’t ideal. You told us that Viveport took up too many PC resources, so we have worked hard to reduce the resource footprint.

The latest version of Viveport now uses significantly less CPU and memory (RAM) while running. This is mostly due to a new and improved client framework launched earlier this summer, letting us reduce the footprint while still adding new features. There are more optimizations coming, but for the moment we are much happier with the performance of client versions 1.1 and later.

TOP ISSUE: “Viveport crashes too much”

This was an early issue that we have focused extensively on in the last few months. No software crash is ever ‘fun’ but it is even more frustrating if it happens while wearing a VR headset. One of our top priorities has been to dramatically improve stability and lower the frequency of ‘crash events.’ In June, we replaced the original crash reporting system with a much better third party system, which has provided far better near-realtime stability info to the team. We can now monitor individual crash traces and determine if issues are with the software, or with specific user systems. As of release 1.1 we have seen dramatic improvements in software stability, though this is still a core focus area for the development team.

TOP ISSUE: “Viveport doesn’t have enough content, and Subscription has a non-intuitive re-selection system”

We have grown our VR library from 75 to over 500 titles in less than a year. However, now our focus is to help you discover great VR content. A brand-new search system is coming in Q4, which will improve your ability to find content.

In addition to more titles and better search functions, we have also launched Viveport Subscription to provide a low-cost, no obligation way to explore new VR experiences. It’s critical to let people experiment in VR since each user can experience different effects from the same VR title.

Given VR is a whole new content type, we felt a subscription option provided the best way to explore new and previously unknown developers’ work. Initially launched with 50 games, Viveport Subscription now features close to 250 titles, and we are adding new titles daily.

One piece of feedback we heard about Viveport Subscription was that the initial process of choosing your titles for each subscription period was un-intuitive. From version 1.1 onwards you can now add up to five titles at any time during each subscription period giving you more flexibility to keep open slots in case new titles arrive on Viveport mid-month.

OTHER IMPROVEMENTS you might have missed…

Finally, we’ve been hard at work overhauling and improving the general Viveport client experience, from status messages to filters, notifications and in-client prompts. We want Viveport to be easy and intuitive to use, and we have a lot more improvements planned. That’s why we’re not slowing down. With your help, we’ve accomplished a lot in a relatively short period, but there’s plenty more to improve upon.

We want your feedback on Viveport to help us improve. Feel free to talk to us through social media (we’re on Twitter and Facebook) and through our community forums. If you’re subscribed to our newsletter, you’ll see major updates mentioned there, or here on our blog. We look forward to hearing from you as we work to improve Viveport!

– The Viveport Team

Download Viveport here, and start your free Viveport Subscription trial here.

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