Macromedia Sells Web Conferencing By The Minute

Breeze Live

Breeze Live, which is built upon the company's Flash technology, can now be accessed by small- and medium-sized businesses for 32 cents per participant per minute. And even these occasional customers can maintain persistent meeting rooms within their account to make sure that once established, recurring meetings don't have to be re-configured each time. It features application sharing, whiteboards, integrated audio and video, and live chat.

Launched in 2003, Breeze Live competes in the Web conferencing market with the likes of WebEx, Raindance, and Microsoft. By comparison, WebEx's pay-as-you-go pricing starts at $.33 per user per minute.

Macromedia also debuted a smaller-sized monthly hosting plan that costs $75 per month per seat for an unlimited number of meetings. Both 5- and 10-seat plans are available.

This story courtesy of TechWeb.

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