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Open for Business: Oculus Enterprise Platform Available Now

Last year we announced the new Oculus for Business, an all-in-one enterprise platform to support companies deploying VR in the workplace. Since then, companies have used Oculus for Business to expand training programs, boost productivity, and empower distributed workforces. Today, we’re thrilled to announce the Oculus for Business platform is officially out of closed beta and generally available.

Virtual Experience with Real Results In just a few years, VR at work has become an everyday reality for companies all over the world. In 2020, worldwide spending on commercial VR is expected to grow to $7.1B, up from $4.5 B in 2019.* Facebook is working hard to meet the swell in demand to help more companies harness the power of VR.

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May 21, 2020 at 20:40


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