Odds are, you’re spending more time working remotely, or collaborating with remote coworkers. It’s also likely part of your last video conference was spent troubleshooting a spotty connection.
But for Chris Pacitti (right), a managing partner at AVX Partners, the future of video conferencing is coming in loud and clear: More businesses are relying on virtual collaboration — by a growth factor of about 10 — and it matters more than ever that they’re seeing a return on their investment in a good signal.
That is why Pacitti (pictured right) has made a $1 million investment in Vyopta — a startup that reports performance analytics of video conferencing systems for large businesses. The investment, coming through AVX Partners, is part of Vyopta’s series A equity round. The additional investment brings the total funding to $6 million.
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