When I was young I watched a lot of sc-fi movies, and well I still do. The point is that in all of those movies and TV shows the video phone was a popular vision of the future. VoX Communications is set to launch their version called the Ojo Vision which features a 7” video screen.

Pervasip Corp. announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, VoX Communications Corp., a leading provider of wholesale Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone services and smartphone applications, has successfully implemented the Ojo Vision Digital Video Phone within its network and will become one of the first companies to offer a seven-inch business class video phone with unlimited calling plans for both voice and video.

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Pervasip’s Chief Information Officer, Mark Richards, noted, "We are very excited to become one of the first companies to be able to offer this incredible product to both our retail and wholesale customer base. We have seen many video products over the years, and until now, none came up to our rigorous testing standards of quality. The Worldgate Ojo Phone not only did that, but it surpassed even our expectations of what a business class video phone product should be. The user experience from the minute the phone is unboxed is painless and the device brings immediate satisfaction to the consumer from the moment it is powered on. The VoX network was able to easily support this product. We are passing the H.264 video stream from phone to phone and SIP messages on our network with zero defect and with crisp and clear video and audio. We see this product fitting a high demand business market that sits between Skype and similar products on the low end, and the higher quality products offered by Cisco and others at the high end of the market. The unit has RGB out jacks so that consumers can plug a large screen LCD into the back for conference room video conferences for a cost that equates to a fraction of the existing high quality solutions available in the market today. VoX expects to launch the product to both retail and wholesale customers in the first quarter of 2011."

For more information about the video phone visit http://www.ojophone.com/features.