The browser-based video-conferencing vendor MegaMeeting.com has announced that it is now able to fully merge VoIP callers into teleconference calls.
The company has long been able to allow people who call in using VoIP lines, to join teleconference calls for the purpose of contributing information.
However, such callers were not able to clearly hear questions or comments so that they could fully participate in discussions unless they were using a headset connected to their computer.
According to an announcement by MegaMeeting, its new Flash Media Gateway provides an integration solution that enables the merging of audio from users inside the meeting room who are using VoIP with users who are using the Teleconferencing Bridge.
The company announcement describes the solution as providing “clients with a seamless way to conduct company meetings, trainings and webinars.”
The company announcement adds that its new Flash Media Gateway also enables meeting recordings to audio from both VoIP attendees and Teleconferencing Bridge attendees.
MegaMeeting.com’s web & video conferencing solutions work on all major operating systemsincluding Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhones, iPads and Android-enabled tablets or mobile devices. Users do not need to download, install or configure software. The company offers advanced features including desktop/application sharing.
Customers use MegaMeeting.com for multi-location web-based meetings, virtual classrooms, employee training, product demonstrations, company orientation, customer support and more.