IPVideoTalk

An answer to the need of a robust video, audio and web conferencing platform by businesses has made IPVideoTalk. Grandstream’s GVC series of Video Conferencing Systems has a web-based meeting plan. It also has a free plan that supports 3 person meetings and can also be used as room-based plans.

Description

Increasing productivity and at the same time-saving money on business travel costs are for what IPVideoTalk is made. It is a robust video, audio, and web conferencing platform with which users meet virtually with anyone, anytime, using almost any device. Apart from easy hosting and joining video meetings, there are many state-of-the-art features to take business communications to the next level. Like, 1080p HD video resolutions, HD audio quality, one-click meetings, webinar functionality, computer and content sharing, a host of meeting controls and more.

Many industry verticals and companies are benefitting from Grandstream’s GVC series of Video Conferencing Systems and with IPVideoTalk plans which come in room-based plans, too. Facilitating room-based video conferencing to the next level along with integrating the web, mobile, and phone users is the most desired feature.
Click here to visit. ipvideotalk.com to sign up and to learn more.

Click here to visit. ipvideotalk.com to sign up and to learn more.

Features

  • 1080p HD video resolutions
  • HD Audio quality
  • Screen sharing to show presentations, documents, watch videos, review websites and more
  • 1-click meetings with no client downloads
  • Meeting chat feature to allow meeting attendees to communicate through typed chat when not speaking, to send links, contact information, or other important information
  • Attend meetings on any PC, Mac, iOS and Android device. For Android and iOS users, the free IPVideoTalk app can be found in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
  • Web meeting plans available for online meetings that can be joined from computers, tablets, and mobile devices
  • Room-based plans available for use with Grandstream's GVC series of Video Conferencing Systems