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Virtual Meeting Room Service Options

Virtual Meeting Rooms (VMR's) allow multiple people to connect together from a wide range of video enabled devices and locations. Adding a VMR to your meeting invitation brings remote teams together with Video, Audio and Content Sharing.

We offer our VMR services under two models:

PVMR - Personal Virtual Meeting Rooms

SVMR - Shared Virtual Meeting Rooms

The table below provides a summary of the features of each.

VMR Type

PVMR’s -  Personal Virtual Meeting Room - a service dedicated to an individual user/s within an organisation
SVMR’s – Shared Virtual Meeting Room - a service that is shared across an organisation

Connection Capacity (per VMR)

The number of simultaneous connections a VMR can support. A connection is any device connecting to a VMR – i.e. VC Room, Desktop Client, Mobile Client, Skype for Business or a Phone call. The capacity is preset on SVMR's and is set to 100 connections on PVMR. With PVMR the overall connections for a customer is limited to the total number of users subscribed to the service.

 

SIP VC

All VMR’s support Video Conference rooms calling in with the SIP calling protocol, either from the Internet or on-net from VC rooms connected to RCV.
 

H.323 VC

All VMR’s support Video Conference rooms calling in with the H.323 calling protocol, either from the Internet or on-net from VC rooms connected to RCV.

 

Audio Dial-in

Audio participants can dial into VMR meetings or use the VMR as an audio conference system.

 

Skype for Business

Skype for Business customers can federate with the RCV service and join VMR’s. Sharing both Video and Desktop Content.

Jabber Guest

Browser users that don’t support WebRTC can still connect to VMR using Jabber Guests simple on time plug-in. 

Further details can be found here

 

Multistream Video

Dual Screen VC systems can see meeting participants on Both Displays.

 

VMR Control

Control a live meeting from the User Portal or a Cisco Touch Panel – i.e. Remove or Mute a participant.

 

VMR Self Service

From the User Portal you can change your VMR PIN, Layouts, Call behaviour and view detailed call performance statistics.

 

WebRTC Video Client

Join a meeting from your browser without installing any software. Simply click to join.

 

AD Integration

Automatically add/remove PVMR’s and login with your AD credentials.

Further details can be found here

 

Outlook Plug-in

Create a PVMR meeting within MS Outlook. Simply click to add your VMR details to an appointment.

Further details can be found here

Host/Guest Roles

Define different meeting roles and capabilities for your VMR. Ideal for larger all hands meeting.

Meeting Lock

Lock a host/guest VMR once all the key participants have joined, to stop unwanted disruptions.