VideoMeet connects Microsoft Lync

Mar 07, 2012

Cloud videoconferencing solution VideoMeet now also allows for Mycrosoft Lync to be connected.

Microsoft Lync is widely used in a great number of large corporations. VideoMeet enables them to have videoconferences between their desktop PCs and almost any other device including high-end professional videoconferencing room systems.

Lync is the first SIP-connection being made available with VideoMeet. More SIP-connections will follow. The Beta phase, selectively integrating Lync users into VideoMeet, has started on the 19th of January 2012.

The Beta includes the following features:

  • Support of Microsoft Lync 2010, Office Communicator 2007 R2, Lync Online (based on Office365)
  • Allowing for audio- and video data transfer up to a resolution of 640 x 480
  • Providing easy access and connection via VideoMeet web interface
  • One-click call launch
  • Interoperability between Microsoft Lync and other desktop clients like Skype/Google Talk and room systems like Polycom, Tandberg and Lifesize.

VideoMeet is the first cloud-based multi-party videoconferencing service that connects practically any video client globally. The service enables conferencing between room systems, PCs, tablets, and smartphones even when using Skype, Google video chat or Microsoft. More information about VideoMeet is available on or

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