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LifeSize Communications is a video and audio communications company that provides high definition video endpoints and infrastructure products. LifeSize is privately held and located in Austin, Texas.
In November 2009 Logitech agreed to a purchase through which it will spend $405 million in cash for the acquisition of LifeSize Communication. Following the closing of the transaction, which is expected to close in December, LifeSize will continue to operate as a separate division in Austin led by Craig Malloy as the LifeSize Communications chief executive officer. 
Company HistoryLifeSize develops and manufactures high definition video communication products. LifeSize was founded by Craig Malloy and Michael Kenoyer and operated in “stealth mode” under the name KMV Technologies from 2003 to 2005. The company name change was unveiled at the INTEROP tradeshow in Las Vegas, Nevada in May 2005.
Craig Malloy is the Chief Executive Officer and previously was a product manager at VTEL in Austin. Malloy left VTEL and founded Via Video in 1996. Via Video was acquired by Polycom in 1998. Malloy headed the video division of Polycom through 2002.
LifeSize has its headquarters in Austin, TX and subsequent locations in Europe and Asia Pacific. LifeSize has customers like National Geographic, Hyundai and Activision.
TechnologyLifeSize focuses its technology on replicating face-to-face communications through high definition video. LifeSize uses the new ITU H.264 video codec standard. They believe that this video standard allows more opportunity to create new video communication products. LifeSize supports H264 as well as the additional H.323 standards such as H.261, H263, and H263+
LifeSize has products that include high definition endpoints, NAT\FW traversal, audio phones, ISDN gateways, Multipoint Control Units and management systems.
OperationsLifeSize operates through worldwide partners. As of March 2009 the company had service centers in the US, India, China, Singapore as well as Europe.