The Company

Vyew (pronounced "view") is the work of Simulāt, Inc., a Berkeley, California start-up. Founded by a team of UC Berkeley grads (Go Bears!), the company gained rich set of technical know-how in web applications while building product simulators for Microsoft, Nortel Networks, McAfee, and RSA Security. While building interactive training simulators, Vyew was born. Vyew came from of a vision to merge virtual space with human interaction and includes standard web conferencing tools plus first-of-its-kind asynchronous collaboration capabilities.


Our Values

Vyew takes the security of the information you have bestowed on us very seriously. We are fanatical about keeping your data safe and secure. We hate spam and love our privacy just as much as you do, so we would never sell or loan out your information. We uphold these values within our company environment, towards our employees, partners, users and customers: Integrity, honesty, and respect. We are passionate about making our product better and easier to use, so your input and feedback are greatly welcomed and respected.

Ownership, Patents and Trademarks

Vyew is a product of Simulāt, Inc., a privately held California corporation. Vyew is a trademark of Simulāt, Inc. Simulat, Inc. has several pending patents for technology relating to Vyew. The names of actual companies and products mentioned throughout this site may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

© Copyright 2005- Simulāt, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Vyew contains Patent Pending technology and software that is protected by copyright law and international treaties. Unauthorized reproduction of this software, or any portion thereof, may result in severe civil and criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible under the law.

Page last updated: Jan 2008

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Our Goals

  • Build powerful collaboration tools
  • Provide exceptional value to customers
  • Keep it easy to access and simple to use
  • Deliver cross-platform compatibility
  • Make it extensible, so new features, functions and distribution methods can be easily added