Microsoft Windows Users to Get Skype Group Video CallingBy Channel Insider Staff | Print
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Skype is offering a beta for Windows of Skype 5.0 enabling up to five people participate in a video conference call. Skype faces entrenched vendors on the corporate side such as Cisco and Polycom.Skype is expanding the capabilities of its video communications technology by enabling users to hold a conference with up to five people.
The Skype 5.0 beta for Windows, which offers the group video calling capability, became available May 13. It is being offered as a free download.