Skype recently announced a beta version of a multi-point video conferencing option. This option includes the ability to video chat with five people at the same time. While still in beta, this offering poses a host of 87 bugs that currently do not have workarounds, according to release notes from Skype’s Garage blog. This is an interesting development from ooVoo’s standpoint because we have offered high-quality, six-point video chat since our inception more than three years ago. With our patent pending technology, we have already dealt with issues of unstable and fluctuating networks on a real-time basis. This has enabled us to avoid many of the problems and need for workarounds that Skype has not yet dealt with. ooVoo is excited that the industry is making group chat more affordable and accessible for consumers. But the fact that Skype is just now offering a beta version of this service begs the question: Where have you been, Skype? ooVoo is proud to offer affordable, easy-to-use video chat for consumer and business segments. Our one-to-one and group-chat options provide consistent and reliable quality as well as market-leading innovation. ooVoo has the experience to support our services and not bother our users with consistently occurring bugs.