Company Overview of Sorenson Communications, Inc.
Sorenson Communications, Inc. provides videophones and software to deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals who require Sorenson Video Relay Service (SVRS) to place and receive calls. The company offers Video Relay Service, a video interpreting service, as well as a suite of products comprising ntouch VP videophone designed especially for use by deaf individuals; ntouch PC, a software solution that connects users to SVRS by using a PC and Webcam; ntouch for Mac, a software solution that connects users to SVRS by using an Apple computer; ntouch Tablet, which turns the Apple iPad with a front-facing camera into a larger-screen mobile VP; and ntouch Mobile, an application that enables SVRS communic...
4192 South Riverboat Road
Salt Lake City, UT 84123
Founded in 1995
Key Executives for Sorenson Communications, Inc.
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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Sorenson Communications, Inc. Key Developments
Sorenson Communications, LLC Announces Newest Videophone for Deaf Callers the ntouch VP2
Dec 1 16
Sorenson Communications, LLC announced its newest innovation: the ntouch® VP2 videophone. With updated technology, the new videophone offers Deaf callers a host of new features, including 1080 high-definition video quality, an even brighter LightRing® with customizable colors and Group Call, which allows a caller to include up to four people in one videophone call. As with all previous Sorenson videophones, the new ntouch VP2 was specifically designed for use by Deaf people. In addition to a sleek new design and a simplified remote control, the ntouch VP2 includes: An auto-focus camera for even better video clarity; Wi-Fi capability; Integrated Bluetooth; A new look and feel with a redesigned user interface; and Screensaver options.
Sorenson Communications Opens Sorenson Community Interpreting Services in Atlanta to Expand its Offering Beyond Video Relay Service
Aug 11 16
Sorenson Communications announced it will expand its offering beyond Video Relay Service by opening Sorenson Community Interpreting Services in Atlanta. Sorenson has been part of the Atlanta community since it opened a video relay interpreting center there in 2004. Local government agencies and businesses that serve the public are required by law to provide qualified American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters to Deaf people in most settings. These groups will benefit by having adept interpreters readily available in Atlanta. The landmark 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires this accommodation to ensure Deaf employees and customers can fully participate in their own lives and in the greater community. Whether the interpreting need is for a medical appointment, a job interview or legal consultation, Sorenson Community Interpreting Services' goal remains the same: provide the best sign language interpreting experience for customers. Unlike most agencies, Sorenson interpreters are employees who have passed a rigorous skills assessment, background check and drug screening.
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