Will Your Next Video Bridge Be Software-Based?: Examining a Next-Generation Software-Based Video Conference Server
sponsored by First Virtual Communications

Software-based conference servers offer an attractive alternative to single purpose dedicated hardware video bridges from both a price and a functionality standpoint. Under the conditions many enterprises will encounter in their IP conferencing environments, software conferencing servers can successfully bridge video calls. Among software-based conference servers, FVC's Conference Server coupled with the Click to Meet family of solutions provides one of the most compelling implementations of a tightly integrated collaboration environment by seamlessly providing instant messaging, web conferencing, audio and video conferencing within a single application. FVC's intelligent linking capability has the ability to conserve bandwidth when calling over wide area connections, and it can actually enhance large multipoint conferences by assuring that the video images are properly displayed in cascaded conferences. Whereas software-based bridging has often been discounted in the past, it may be time for serious conferencing users to take a careful look into software-based conference server capabilities.
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