FREMONT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 9, 2019--

AVer Information Inc. USA, the award-winning provider of video collaboration solutions and education technology solutions, today announced that its Pro AV IP streaming cameras work with Echo360 to record video directly into the popular higher education video platform, allowing faculty, students, and administrators to easily manage, share, and engage with academic video content.

“Video is an immersive component of the higher education experience from lectures and distance learning to training and communications,” said Andy Teoh, Director of Product Management, Pro AV, AVer Information Inc., Americas. “As a leader in higher education video platforms, Echo360 paired with the auto tracking and live streaming capabilities of AVer Pro AV cameras enable exciting possibilities for our customers.”

With Echo360 IP camera support, instructors can now use any AVer Pro AV camera that supports RTSP streaming to record video in the Echo360 platform. Cameras connect to the Echo360 platform using the college or university network, eliminating the frustration of requiring HDMI cables -- which often limit the location and positioning of a camera.

Once video is recorded, faculty, administrators, and students can use the Echo360 content management system (CMS) to create, manage, and share video content for online and hybrid learning. Instructors can also use Echo360’s popular analytics platform to measure student engagement with the video by, for example, tracking how often and how long videos are being viewed term-to-term.

“Video has become an essential part of the classroom with the dramatic growth of online learning and increasing use of multimodal teaching strategies. This is creating new demand for tools that make it easier for instructors, administrators, and students to use video to support teaching and learning,” said Fred Singer, founder and CEO of Echo360. “By ‘cutting the cord’, institutions can create more engaging, interactive classrooms that better meet the needs of today’s students and faculty.”

To learn more about AVer’s partnerships, including Echo360, visit

About AVer Information Inc.

AVer is an award-winning provider of video and collaboration solutions that improve productivity and enrich lives. Our Pro AV product portfolio includes cutting-edge auto tracking cameras and PTZ cameras to serve any presentation, training or lecture environments. We strive to provide industry leading product quality, service and support that exceeds our customer’s expectations. We are also deeply committed to our community, the environment and employ stringent green processes in all we do. Learn more at

About Echo360

Echo360 believes that improved outcomes start with great moments in the classroom. Developed by educators, Echo360 helps instructors record and extend those moments to improve learner engagement through accessible, engaging video-based learning. Through our smarter video platform, learners and instructors have 24/7 access to discussion of course material, presentation materials, and the lecture itself. We generate data that helps instructors, higher education institutions, and continuing education organizations proactively identify and pursue opportunities to improve learning outcomes. Today, Echo360 technologies reach more than two million learners at approximately 1,200 schools and organizations across North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific.

CONTACT: Press and Media Inquiries

James Salter

Marketing Director, Pro AV

AVer Information Inc. Americas

P: +1-408-687-5781



SOURCE: AVer Information Inc.

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