It’s frustrating when you’re trying to coordinate a video conference call and it simply does not work.
The typical (annoying) scenario you find yourself in is that you have multiple parties calling in from different locations and they are all using different technology.
Interoperability is a claim that a lot of devices and platforms make but, getting different systems to talk with one another so that you can talk with your colleagues isn’t always as easy as we’re led to believe.
Video Conferencing with SIP and Android
Introducing the new Grandstream GVC3200 video conferencing solution.
Grandstream’s latest video conferencing solution is designed to eliminate barriers to hosting successful video conference calls with it’s dual SIP-based and Android-based platform.
The GVC3200 Supports any SIP platform and any Android app so it has the ability to bridge calls from Android apps into a SIP conference.
The GVC3200 is equipped with Android 4.4, giving you full access to all video conferencing apps in the Google Play Store including:
- Skype for Business
- Google Hangouts
More Features Than You Can Shake a Selfie Stick At
The GVC3200 is more than just a webcam you plunk down on a desk somewhere.
This is a room-based, PTZ video conferencing unit with lots of powerful features, including it’s own remote control.
Check out this feature list:
How to Use the Grandstream GVC3200
To see the GVC3200 in action watch the video below which explains installation, how to add monitors, how to use the included wall mount, computer screen sharing options, Bluetooth connectivity, how to use the remote and the remote control Android app, and more: