3CX today has announced the launch of its web conferencing solution, 3CX WebMeeting. 3CX WebMeeting is one of the first multiple participant web conferencing solutions utilising WebRTC. 3CX claim they are the only IP PBX / unified communications vendor to offer a fully integrated IP PBX and clientless video conferencing solution.
3CX WebMeeting harnesses Google’s WebRTC technology, which enables video and voice communications to take place through the internet browser, meaning that participants can seamlessly join meetings without the need to download any additional software or plug-ins.
Integrated with 3CX Phone System, 3CX WebMeeting is delivered as a hosted add-on, meaning that 3CX customers can utilise the web conferencing feature without installing additional server hardware or requiring additional bandwidth.
Nick Galea, CEO of 3CX said “3CX’s innovative use of WebRTC technology and the launch of our clientless and fully integrated web conferencing solution, raises the bar for the IP PBX and Unified Communications industry. This is a game changing moment for the telecoms industry- with 3CX WebMeeting, web conferencing is now within everyone’s reach. Moreover, the launch of 3CX WebMeeting places 3CX firmly as the technology leader within the IP PBX market. ”
Charles Ambrosecchia, 3CX Partner & CEO of SigmaVoIP added “3CX WebMeeting sets 3CX Phone System apart from the competition. Its fully integrated WebRTC technology signals a step change in business communications by enabling unparalleled collaboration and mobility. With 3CX WebMeeting our customers can now enjoy the benefits of face-to-face communication, screen sharing and much more, without the additional time and cost of meeting in person. I cannot recommend 3CX Phone System more highly and look forward to expanding our customer base by offering this exciting new feature.”
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