Video meetings of up to 50 persons with a full HD image quality without the need to purchase special infrastructure.
An innovative videoconferencing tool available in the form of an online service via the following networks: the Internet, 3G, LTE, WiFi, (not only via cable!) and without the need to have a symmetrical connection. Videomeeting does not require investing in costly videoconferencing infrastructure, and the meeting can easily be managed from the level of a website panel.
During meetings of participants from more than two locations, they can see several pictures on the screens of their terminal devices – one from each location engaged in the Videomeeting (a so-called TelePresence system – up to nine pictures at the same time, each in full HD or even 4K high resolution).
There are several options of using the Videomeeting service – via videoconference terminals supplied by Focus Telecom (the Vidyo brand), via our Customers’ own terminals (such as LifeSize, Polycom, Cisco, Tandberg, Radvision or Sony), or without terminals, solely by means of desktop computers, laptops, tablets or smartphones. Also another option is possible, in which part of participants uses videoconference terminals, whereas the others – computers and smartphones.
In contrast to traditional videoconferencing systems, which required that users have a cable connection to the Internet, the Videomeeting service may be used also via the 3G, LTE or WiFi networks.
The initiator of a video conference sends emails to participants of the meeting containing a message about an intended date and a link, having clicked which participants enter a so-called video conference room, that is, in other words, gain a possibility to see other participants and start a conversation with them. To strengthen the security of the connection there is an ability to add the log-in option before entering the conference room. In such case the participants receive, in emails sent to them prior to the video conference, also individually assigned numbers (so-called PINs), which they type while entering the Videomeeting room.