Lifesize Expands Language Support

Austin-based video conferencing hardware and services provider Lifesize, which is now owned by Logitech, said yesterday that it has expanded its foreign language support on its LifeSize Cloud video conferencing service to 15 languages. The company said it now supports user interfaces and emails for German, Italian, French, Spanish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Polish, Japanese, Traditional Chinese (Taiwan), Simplified Chinese (China), Korean, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, and English. The company says nearly a third of its customers are from outside the United States. Lifesize is still led by founder Craig Malloy.