July 21, 2017 10:17 PM ET

Communications Equipment

Company Overview of Sorenson Communications, Inc.

Company Overview

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

United States

Founded in 1995

Phone:

801-287-9400

Fax:

801-287-9401

Key Executives for Sorenson Communications, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 55
Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Engineering and Compliance Officer
General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Sorenson Communications, Inc. Key Developments

Sorenson Communications, LLC Introduces the ntouch® VP2 Videophone to Austin

Sorenson Communications, LLC announced newest innovation: the ntouch® VP2 videophone. With the ntouch VP2 videophone's updated technology, Deaf callers can enjoy a host of new features, including 1080 high-definition video quality, an even brighter LightRing® with customizable colors and the much-anticipated Group Call, which gives callers the option to include up to four people in one videophone call. As with all previous SVRS 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: Screensaver options; A new look and feel with a redesigned user interface; An auto-focus camera for even better video clarity; Wi-Fi capability; and Integrated Bluetooth.

Sorenson Communications, LLC Introduces the First ASL Phone Tree for Deaf People

Sorenson Communications, LLC introduced Sorenson Bridge, the first videophone tree designed specifically for users of American Sign Language (ASL). Sorenson Bridge and its patented technologies were created as a way for schools, agencies, businesses and organizations that serve the Deaf to efficiently communicate in ASL, enhance the way they conduct business and strengthen the Deaf communities they serve. Sorenson works with these organizations to customize a phone tree menu for each organization's unique needs. Until the introduction of Sorenson Bridge, Deaf callers had to navigate audio phone trees through sign language interpreters, a time-consuming and often tedious process. Now, with Sorenson Bridge, callers see and choose from video menus shown in ASL. Through the use of a keypad, callers select the option of the intended call recipient or department. For example, a caller may choose tech support, a receptionist or the accounting department from the visual phone tree menu. As ASL is the native language for most Deaf people, the visual phone tree is a welcome and empowering technology. As a part of testing, Sorenson implemented Sorenson Bridge at the Indiana School for the Deaf (ISD) and worked alongside ISD to customize a menu that would be convenient and intuitive for Deaf parents and vendors who called the school.

Sorenson Communications, LLC Announces Newest Videophone for Deaf Callers - the ntouch VP2

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.

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