SPIRIT DSP, business communications software engines provider, with software products serving more than 1 billion people in 100+ countries, announced today that Mizushima Refinery and Negishi Refinery, parts of #1 Japanese oil corporation JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy, both use VideoMost-based on-premises videoconferencing product delivered by Tokyo-based Advanced Network Systems Co (Anet).
JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy is one of the leading Asia’s integrated energy companies with $100B net sales per year and about 40.000 employees. Its Mizushima Refinery (oil output more than 320K barrels per day) has integrated VideoMost-based FreshVoice on-premise by Anet for corporate video communications and daily workgroup collaboration. Use of video conferences by Mizushima Refinery’s employees and customers in daily communications increases effectiveness and safety of the plant’s daily operations.
“Having VideoMost as the core for our FreshVoice software we are sure our product always meets customers tough requirements for HD voice and video interactive communications – whether it is a client from healthcare segment (like Hokkaido Kin-ikyo), cable industry (like SWCC SHOWA) or oil and power like Mizushima Refinery. ” – said Hironori Nishihata, CEO of Anet.
Following Mizushima Refinery, corporate video communications provided by Anet’s FreshVoice were also successfully adopted by Negishi Refinery, one of the largest refineries in Japan, occupying area of 2.2 million square meters with a refining capacity of 43 mln liters per day. Anet has integreted its VideoMost-based FreshVoice into both Mizushima and Negishi Refineries infrastructure and has doubled number of video ports used within JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy in three months.
VideoMost video conferencing server with PC and mobile clients can also form the base of Situation Awareness (SA) Centers in oil and power industries. Video-enabled SA centers provide local monitoring for every object/plant; ongoing interaction with remote objects; crisis management; dedicated services coordination; information exchange and strategic decision making support through visualization. VideoMost allows to start videoconference in one click for quick reports and invite an expert via landline or mobile phone. Video conference is also the most effective way to escalate a discussion to senior manager via SIP/H323 hardware terminals.
“VideoMost is happy to be part of FreshVoice continuous and confident deployment spread across different industries in Japan” - said Andrew Sviridenko, Chairman of SPIRIT DSP.
About SPIRIT DSP
SPIRIT DSP’s innovative carrier-grade voice and video software platforms are used by carriers, OEMs and software developers. SPIRIT DSP software platforms serve more than 1 billion people in over 100 countries. SPIRIT DSP’s software is licensed to/powers popular products from global technology leaders, including Apple, Adobe, ARM, AT&T, Avaya, Blizzard, BroadSoft, BT, China Mobile, Dialogic, Ericsson, HP, HTC, Huawei, Korea Telecom, Kyocera, LG U+, Mavenir, Mitel, Microsoft, NEC, Oracle, Polycom, Reliance, Samsung, Skype, Texas Instruments, Toshiba, Viber, ZTE and over 250 others.
videomost.us is SPIRIT’s software video conferencing server product, TeamSpirit.IM is its enterprise mobile messenger product available for licensing in source code.
ANET, established in Tokyo in 1997, is a leading Japanese provider of web video conferencing servers for installations both on-premises and in the cloud. ANET’s web conferencing system is used by more than 3,000 enterprises in various industries, including Canon, Citizen, Fujifilm, NEC, Nikon, Nissan, Sony, Toyota, and other major companies in Japan.
About JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy
JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation was established in 1888. Core business activates are refining and marketing of petroleum products (such as gasoline, kerosene, and lubricating oil); import and sale of gas and coal; manufacture and sale of petrochemical products; supply of electricity and hydrogen. Currently JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation in #1 in Japan with refining capacity is 1.93 million barrels per day.