Four Video Conferencing services with seamless Streaming of 2017

November 6th, 2017 by ali Leave a reply »

A good video conferencing service that deserves its name must assure seamless and smooth streaming of audio and video. Here comes our selection of the four best video conferencing services for streaming quality of 2017

Never has it been so easy to find a video conferencing service as in 2017: there are so many video conferencing apps and products to choose from that it has become difficult to pick up the right solution for our needs.  However, the distinguishing criteria for a good video conferencing solution have not changed: the streams of image and audio must be seamless, smooth, crisp and synchronized with each other. If only one of this parameter fails, communication is irremediably disrupted.

What are the video conferencing products that conform to these standards? Here comes our selection.

R-HUB HD Video Conferencing Servers.

Affordable and extremely safe thanks to the adoption of an on-premise server based technology, R-HUB video conferencing servers (http://www.rhubcom.com) support several native apps to host interactive meetings, classical video conferences, telepresence and live streaming.

Frame delay in live streaming  is probably the lowest possible, between 3-10 seconds, and speed is even faster than the great brands.  The presence of Full HD assures you  a great quality of images and crisp audio.

R-hub’s servers can be a good solution both for a small-sized business and a global organization, as their power (3000 participants per chat room) and high level of integration with the existing systems make R-HUB`s servers very flexible, scalable and versatile.

Skype for Business

Version for business of the popular chat service, Skype for Business is a natural solution for individuals and free lancers, as it offers a close integration with MS Office. However, it is necessary to install Office 365 Business Essentials and Premium, and its VoIP system is not fully fledged.

Price is very affordable, about 8 $ per month.  It is necessary to download and install the specific software, being Skype for Business an application.

LyteSpark

Contrary to Skype for Business, LyteSpark is a browser based solution for video conferencing. The advantage is that you do not need to download or install any software. The conference is fully hosted; users have simply to name their rooms and start to invite participants.

LyteSpark offers good support for Office and the ability to create Office documents on the fly, but does not have a great audio support. Another problem with LyteSparkis that conferences cannot be recorded.

WebEx

Flexible and scalable, WebEx can be a great solution both for small and big organizations. Audio is good, VoIP and HD Voice being supported in their Meeting Centre, and the integration with Microsoft Office and Outlook is high . The downside is price, as the premium version costs 69 $ per month, and many useful functionalities of this app are available in the premium version only.

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