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Integrating Microsoft Teams with On Premise Video Technology

Tech Talk elaborates on leveraging Microsoft Teams into video collaboration. The question is addressed: how do you integrate on premise video technology with a video call hosted by Microsoft Teams.

Enterprises often have video meeting room solutions from more than a single vendor as well as solutions at customer or partner offices to consider. With Pexip, you can simply enable all of these to join Microsoft Teams meetings.

Tech Talks explains how to integrate Teams hosted calls with on premise technology.

Pexip Cloud Video Interoperability (CVI) enables professional SIP and H.323 video conferencing systems to join Microsoft Teams as if they were native Microsoft clients.

Cloud based video conferencing, like Microsoft Teams, is taking some companies by storm. Although Microsoft Teams provides essential chat and real time communication, the video conferencing aspect is quite limited. Organisations with traditional on premise video conferencing systems (and perhaps infra structure) find the troubles connecting the new world with the existing world.

Pexip natively integrates with the Microsoft Teams workflow. Scheduling meetings from Teams or Outlook automatically inserts video conferencing dial-in details.

When joining a Teams meeting from a third-party endpoint, everyone benefits from the full Teams experience with HD video, audio, and content sharing.

Pexip provides the full HD audio and video experience, as well as full content sharing between all participants. And Because Pexip is a Microsoft-certified CVI partner you can rest assured it works as advertised.


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