Grandstream’s IPVideoTalk is a hosted service through Grandstream’s GVC3200 or GVC3202 Video Conferencing System. Already known for its easy and flexible video conferencing platform, IPVideoTalk has now gone one step forward to add more advanced new features. Let’s find out what they are!

Cloud Recording

The cloud recording is available to the host in the web meeting interface. Simple click “Record this Meeting”, your meeting will be recorded and stored directly in your IPVideoTalk user interface. Then, you are able to store, download and delete recordings from the user portal. Recording your meetings has never been easier!


YouTube and Facebook Live Integration

Another exciting new feature is the social media live integration. This is also available to the host right from the web meeting interface. As for now, IPVideoTalk only integrates with YouTube and Facebook accounts. Select either platform and log in to the designated social media account to complete the streaming access. Be aware that there’s about a five-second delay in the live meeting streaming. This feature will make your meeting more interactive and effective! Be sure to monitor the platform while the webinar is going on for comments and questions that might come in on the social platforms.


More New Features

That’s not all! There are more new features you can benefit from. Find out more details here!

  • Customizable meeting registration pages
  • Enhanced customization of meeting emails
  • Q&A support
  • Dual video presentation stream (WebRTC browsers)
  • Pause screen sharing

Questions about Grandstream’s IPVideoTalk? Call one of our experienced VoIP consultants at 1-800-398-8647 today.

Simple SIP and Android Video Conferencing from Grandstream

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.

Full Access

The GVC3200 is equipped with Android 4.4, giving you full access to all video conferencing apps in the Google Play Store including:

  • Skype
  • 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:

grandstream gvc3200 features

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:

IT Expo West 2014 is over but Xorcom has shared a couple great recap interviews that explain two of their solutions:

  • New, soon-to-be-released Xorcom CompletePBX Version 4.5 that will offer stronger security features and an open source endpoint manager
  • Xorcom Orion Video Conferencing for SMBs that’s affordable and reliable

Xorcom Orion Video Conferencing for Small Businesses

Via Xorcom

Last chance to register for the next webinar in our Grandstream Learning Series.

Thursday’s webinar, June 26, 2014 at 2 PM EST, will give you an opportunity to learn and ask questions about the many multimedia features of the:

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Grandstream video phones combine Android operating system and apps market with desktop VoIP features and HD video conferencing.

We’ve joined forces with Grandstream to offer you webinars through the Grandstream Learning Series.

Next up on the schedule is your chance to get a first-hand look at the new Grandstream GXV Series of Android-based VoIP Video Phones.

We encourage you to attend to ask questions and learn how they can fit into your business communication solution because as Gina Narcisi at SearchUnifiedCommunications points out, “There’s no doubt that consumerization has impacted business needs, and employees expect more of the features they are used to using in their personal lives — like video — at work. ”

  • When: June 26, 2014 at 2:00 PM EST
  • Where: Online. Click here to Register
  • What: Explain how business communications can be enhanced through the phone’s abilities to make video calls, initiate video conferences using multiple popular platforms, and access popular business and productivity apps from the Google Play Store such as Skype, Microsoft Lync, Salesforce1, and GoToMeeting.


Grandstream GXV3240 Multimedia VoIP Video Phone for Android

The Grandstream GXV3240 is a multimedia Gigabit VoIP Video phone with 3-way video conferencing, a tiltable CMOS camera, and HD audio/voice.

The GXV3240 is a great solution solution for a high-tech school campus or a fast-paced business that uses their own API for custom apps with its integrated WiFi, a built-in web browser, and HDMI connectivity.

Android-based Grandstream GXV3240 VoIP Video Phone with Access to Google Play Store

Features & functions:

  • Visual: Generous 4.3″ (480 x 272) capacitive touch screen and megapixel CMOS sensor camera with a privacy shutter.
  • Audio: 6-lines with up to 6 x SIP accounts, free IPVideoTalk account including video mail, HD Wideband Audio, up to 6-way audio conferencing and 3-way video conferencing, speakerphone with acoustic echo cancellation.
  • Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth, PoE, USB, SD, HDMI, EHS with Plantronics Headsets, Android 4.2 OS, access to Google Play including custom apps with Google API and Grandstream SDK toolkit, integration with Grandstream GXV Series of IP Surveillance Cameras, and built-in web browser.

Grandstream GXV3275 Multimedia VoIP Video Phone for Android

Want an Android tablet on your desktop that can also make and receive voice and video calls?

Then the Grandstream GXV3275 is for you.

This a 6-line multimedia video phone with a 7″ color touch screen, integrated WiFi, a built-in web browser, and HDMI connectivity.

Android-based Grandstream GXV3275 VoIP Video Phone with 7″ Touchscreen

Features & Functions:

  • Visual: Large 7″ (1024 x 600) capacitive color touch screen and megapixel CMOS sensor camera with privacy shutter.
  • Audio: 6 lines with up to 6 x SIP accounts including FREE IPVideoTalk account with video mail, HD Wideband Audio, up to 6-way audio conferencing and 3-way video conferencing, speakerphone with acoustic echo cancellation.
  • Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth, PoE, USB, SD, HDMI, EHS with Plantronics Headsets, Android 4.2 OS, access to Google Play including custom apps with Google API and Grandstream SDK toolkit, integration with Grandstream GXV Series of IP Surveillance Cameras, and built-in web browser.

“The new Grandstream GXV3240 and GXV3275 video phones offer a unique user experience by combining the power of Android, VoIP, and video conferencing all from your desktop,” said Tom Costelloe, Marketing Manager of VoIP Supply.

Questions about VoIP devices and services are regularly submitted to through a technical support ticket or via the “Ask The Expert” tab on our product pages.

We respond to these requests directly but more often than not, this Q & A would be helpful for lots of other folks.

Below are your VoIP questions answered – Real questions from real people  just like you.

Cisco SPA303G
Cisco SPA303G 3-Line VoIP Phone

Q: I am a solo attorney. I have a support person who answers the phone for me. Does this phone have an intercom type feature that allows her to “buzz” me and let me know who’s calling?

A:  Yes, the SPA303G does have the intercom feature that you’re looking for.

This feature is called paging and it works like this:

Your IP phone can automatically answer pages from other Cisco IP phones in the office, if your phone administrator has enabled this feature. When your phone is paged, the phone emits a series of beeps, and two-way audio is established between your phone and the phone that called you. You do not have to accept the page.

For more information, go to Page 62 of the Cisco SPA303G User Guide.

Q:  Our facility in Texas needs to deliver digital instructions to a group of people via video conferencing system. The group has a common school house with electricity but no Internet.  They have wifi phone service however most do not have phones.  Most families do not have computers or power at home. How can we communicate and teach them remotely?  What solutions will we need at our facility and at the remote end?

A:  Sounds like you’re in quite the pickle there. There is a solution though, and one that applies to many things in life:

Keep It Simple!

Since the common school house has electricity and WiFi service just use something like mobile Google Hangouts which offers free video calls for face-to-face connections on a tablet, laptop, or even a cell phone on both ends of the connection. No need for a fancy video conferencing system here.

AT&T Syn248 Analog Gateway Phone System
AT&T Syn248 Analog Gateway Phone System

Q:  We are seeking to buy a system that supports VOIP gateways as our phones will run on high speed internet.  Will this system [AT&T Syn248 Analog Gateway Phone System] work for us?  If not, is there another to which you might direct us?

A:  Yes, the AT&T Syn248 Analog Gateway is a great entry-level small business phone system to get started with when switching over to VoIP.

The Syn248 can also be stacked with another Syn248 to add additional phone lines if you ever need to expand.

Just remember that the Syn248 analog gateway needs a AT&T Syn248 Desk Phone to operate because it’s a proprietary gateway that only works with the AT&T Syn248 Small Business Phone System. Configure your own AT&T system here:

Stay Tuned

Check back next time  for more VoIP Q & A.

Thanks for your questions!