VideoMost video conferences for licensing by telecom operators and server providers
Wide range of popular video-enabled messengers have changed the world we communicate. We offer telcos and service providers to defeat competition by quickly launching a new highly monetized service or by adding multipoint video communication to the cloud. Let your always connected subs to stay in visual touch with their beloved, relatives, buddies… and your service, too!
Use VideoMost to take all challenges in your stride, develop industry-specific applications and offer private cloud video calling service under your own brand. VideoMost-based services are able to broaden telcos’ product portfolio so that they work on mobile and WiFi networks as well as across multiple devices, including tablets and PCs.
100 interactive video participants in a conference room
Massively scalable software video server
Android and iOS mobile clients
Docs & files sharing
No OPEX for Telcos and Service Providers
Video conferencing under your brand
Peer-to-peer and voice-only modes to start with
VideoMost is offered for white-label licensing that lets service and SaaS providers and developers to immediately offer videoconferencing services under their brands.
VideoMost is software video conferencing server with mobile clients that supports all popular communication protocols and international standards including H.323, H.239, SIP, BFCP, VNC, XMPP, H.264, G.7xx, WebRTC, and delivers interoperability with legacy video conferencing hardware, including Polycom, Cisco, Avaya and Huawei.
VideoMost works in popular browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari) and is available on both iOS and Android mobile platforms providing 16 interactive video windows on a smartphone screen. It also provides a full range of tools for team work, including mobile messaging, document sharing and polling.
Highly profitable mobile service for video conferencing
Cloud communication services provided by telcos and SP are definitely monetisable. Having an own video conferencing service telecom operators are able to keep pricing policy under their control. Despite the initial launch of such service doesn’t mean extra expenses for users a telco may offer subscribers different tariffs starting from free IP video calls to attractive prices for SMB and big enterprises and corporations that include a certain range of add-on features.