Boston, Mass. – Grandstream Networks, connecting the world since 2002 with award-winning SIP unified communications solutions, has announced the launch of IPVideoTalk, a cloud-based video, audio and Web conferencing service. This subscription service allows any video conference held on a Grandstream GVC3200 or GVC3202 to become a virtual online meeting that can be easily attended by any other GVC320x devices as well as any Web browser users anywhere in the world.
IPVideoTalk allows businesses to turn their physical conference room into a global online meeting that can be broadly attended worldwide, allowing them to keep remote team collaborations productive and reach their customers efficiently wherever they are. IPVideoTalk meetings can be attended by any GXV320x and any PC or Mac users using WebRTC-capable Web browsers (such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox). IPVideoTalk touts advanced features including industry-leading 1080p Full HD video resolutions, HD audio, computer screen-sharing, meeting scheduler & reminders, meeting control, and much more. Two different service plan levels are currently being offered: IPVideoTalk Basic, which supports up to 25 meeting attendees and up to 3 video presenters, and IPVideoTalk Pro, which supports up to 50 meeting attendees and up to 8 video presenters.
“Today’s businesses increasingly need easy-to-use tools for collaboration among geographically disbursed teams and efficient visual communications with their customers, no matter where they are and no matter what computer or mobile devices they use,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream. “IPVideoTalk is an innovative cloud video, audio, and Web conferencing service with industry leading video quality and entirely based on standard Web browsers without requiring any special plugin. The combination of IPVideoTalk’s cutting edge cloud scalable video technology, the power of the GVC320x video conference system, and the increased popularity of WebRTC-capable Web browsers will raise the bar for user experience of video conferencing and lower the barrier of adoption dramatically. We are very excited about the potential of IPVideoTalk and are fully committed to growing this service significantly in the near future.”
IPVideoTalk is generally available for purchase now through Grandstream’s worldwide distribution channels. The Basic Plan is $39 per month and the Pro plan is $55 per month. Existing GVC320x users can sign up for a free 2-month trial at www.ipvideotalk.com. Before the free trial expires, customers will be reminded to go to their Grandstream resellers to officially purchase IPVideoTalk plans. IPVideoTalk plans can also be purchased along with new GVC320x devices from any Grandstream channel partners for 14 months of service at the price of 12 months.
Channel partner inquiries for the IPVideoTalk service and Grandstream products can be made to http://www.grandstream.com/partners/become-partner/reseller-program .
Contact: Grandstream, Phil Bowers, 1-617-566-9300