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Advantages of Enterprise Web Video Conferencing Solutions

Traditional communication methods are difficult to meet the needs of enterprises. Video conferencing is undoubtedly one of the most effective tools among many cross-regional communication tools. Web video conferencing solutions provide enterprises with convenient, cost-effective and stable video conferencing terminal equipment and solutions.


1. The video conferencing is safe and stable with an uninterrupted connection


The software platform supports load balancing technology. The same conference room can meet the needs of 100 people for interactive meetings, which can achieve interoperability, multi-network connectivity, and uninterrupted connection.


2. The video conferencing can provide enterprises with rental services and save operating costs


With cloud computing technology as the core, the video conferencing platform adopts a virtualized and distributed operating architecture to provide customers with low-cost, high-performance cloud computing video services. Also, it offers buyout and rent platforms for corporate customers to choose from.


3. The video conferencing has professional technology and strength guarantee


The web video conference solutions can support up to 100 channels of video. Also, it supports focus video, and it has multiple screen arrangements as well as strong echo cancellation technology to ensure that customers will no longer be troubled by the echo in the conference room.


Video conferencing leads the new wave of Internet interactive voice and video with the advantages of "high efficiency, convenience, and low cost". Participants can easily open the conference room and join the meeting with the login account and password, which is particularly suitable for leaders, bosses, senior management and employees to quickly and efficiently hold global web conferences. At the same time, it supports quick access to video conferencing client download methods such as Apple and Android mobile phones.


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