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Blue Jeans Network Ranked as a Leader in New Report by Independent Research Firm

Blue Jeans Cited as "Poster Child for Video-as-a-Service," and Company That Put "Video-as-a-Service on the Map With Superior Interoperability, Simplified Provisioning, and Easy Connecting via WebRTC"

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/05/14 -- Blue Jeans Network, the global leader in interoperable video collaboration services, today announced that analyst firm Forrester Research, Inc. named Blue Jeans Network a "leader" within a recent video conferencing report.

The report, titled The Forrester Wave™: Videoconferencing Infrastructure and Cloud Services, Q3 2014, identified and analyzed the most significant OEMs of videoconferencing infrastructure and cloud services. Forrester Senior Analyst Philip Karcher wrote within the report that Blue Jeans is the "poster child for video-as-a-service" and that "Blue Jeans put video-as-a-service on the map with superior interoperability, simplified provisioning, and easy connecting via WebRTC." Blue Jeans also received the highest scores possible for distributed architecture, availability and redundancy, and interoperability.

As the only company that remains truly endpoint agnostic, and focused on multivendor interoperability, we believe the findings prove that the market is embracing the 'video collaboration from anywhere' model that Blue Jeans pioneered and further validates Blue Jeans' vision, disruptive technology, and increasing market penetration as a key player for business collaboration and productivity.

"We are proud to receive accolades from such a well-renowned organization as Forrester. Blue Jeans' disruptive technology is driving change in the market by integrating the best video, audio and web conferencing capabilities into one easy to use platform, and it's validating that industry pundits are taking note," said Stu Aaron, chief commercial officer at Blue Jeans Network. "We've transformed business collaboration and productivity in just four short years, and although it is an honor to share the 'leader' title with the traditional titans of the space, our focus remains on our customers, and the evolving, distributed business workforce that is driving our vision to deliver face-to-face collaboration from any device."

About Blue Jeans Network
At Blue Jeans Network, our mission is to make video communications as easy and pervasive as audio communications, enabling more effective collaboration at work, at home, and on the road. Our cloud-based conferencing service makes this possible by enabling customers to connect with each other seamlessly anytime, anywhere, and from practically any device. The Blue Jeans Network extends high quality video communications beyond the traditional boundaries of specialized conference rooms and into the mainstream, allowing individuals and employees throughout an enterprise to interact more effectively with each other, and with their customers, partners, suppliers, family, and friends. Blue Jeans Network is a private company headquartered in Mountain View, California. For more information go to: https://bluejeans.com or follow the company @BlueJeansNet

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