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Duo, though, it a new standalone app that only let you video call between two people.

We have a long way to go before video is the new voice and in many minds, this transition will likely never happen.

But a case like the one discussed here, where the client is rolling out video to all one million employees, shows that a massive deployment can be done cost-effectively and that benefits can come early.

In February alone there were 141,000 conferences with 4.8M minutes of usage.

All employees have SVKS-m accounts and can sign in, but only 100,000 physical video-supporting endpoints are available today, as the government continues to roll out equipment.

From our perspective, it will be interesting to see over the next 2-3 years how the system evolves, whether usage grows, and to what extent video comes to play a mainstream role in the Ministry’s collaboration environment.

Back in May, Google announced it would be launching two new apps, Allo and Duo.

It’s not every day you get to peer under the hood of a customer’s UC and video conferencing deployment that stretches to over one million users.

But such a deployment has indeed been rolled out by the of the Russian Federation (employee headcount approximately 1,003,172 responsible for law enforcement, road infrastructure and safety, security and surveillance, driver licensing, etc.).

Here are the four key elements to the story: How the project started: When the project began at the end of 2013, the systems in place consisted of over 80 Cisco / Polycom group systems spread out over the regions, all connected to 10 MCUs. As is often the case in large distributed organizations, some regions moved on their own to deploy other solutions, including hardware-based and software codecs for personal and room systems.

There was no centralization, no common network, and no guaranteed interoperability or connectivity within the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

This ambitious project had several specific requirements: the new communications network had to be secure and hosted within the Ministry’s own data network, be able to provide stable performance across variable bandwidths, and integrate seamlessly with the systems of other Russian government agencies.

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