Group Video Conferencing for Linux Users from TrueConf

Following the complete implementation of the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) concept, TrueConf has revealed their beta-version software for Linux. TrueConf solutions are now not only compatible with mobile platforms (Android and iOS), but also with major OS platforms: Windows, OS X, and now Linux.

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TrueConf for Linux

The release of TrueConf for OS Linux is a logical continuation of our development of cross-platform solutions for business.

(PRWEB) January 14, 2014

The release of TrueConf video conferencing software for Linux is a beta-version and has been designed for Ubuntu 12.04 and Debian 7.2.0 and above.

The solution is fully compatible with all TrueConf products (TrueConf Server on-premises video conferencing server software and TrueConf Online cloud video conferencing service) operating on other OSes. The users of TrueConf cloud service can log in using TrueConf account or social networks. To connect to server you can use LDAP.

The first version of TrueConf Linux will offer point-to-point calls, group video conferences, and instant messaging. Users will get the ability to change equipment – such as active sound speakers, microphones and cameras – "on the fly", without the need to terminate the current call or conference.

"The release of TrueConf for OS Linux is a logical continuation of our development of cross-platform solutions for business,” says Michael Gotalsky, TrueConf CEO. “Nowadays, business owners know they can cut costs on IT infrastructure using Linux and Open Source software. Our clients have often asked us to make an application for Linux. The demand for quality business-grade video conferencing for Linux is growing rapidly and TrueConf is proud to offer a solution. We have made it fully compatible with our mobile and cloud solutions, as well as with TrueConf Server."

The company's near-term plans concerning Linux applications development includes support for popular Linux distributions (RPM systems such as Fedora, RedHat, CentOS), support for TrueConf Directory for creating address book groups, and desktop sharing applications.

You can download the distributive package at TrueConf webpage http://trueconf.com/.

For further information, please contact:
Michael Gotalsky,
TrueConf CEO
Tel: 1-347-TRUECNF (1-347-878-3263)
E-mail: mgotalsky(at)trueconf(dot)com

About TrueConf http://www.trueconf.com
Founded in 2003 in Moscow, TrueConf is a leading East European video conferencing vendor. The company is focused on collaboration solutions and offers an SVC-based MCU-less unified communication software platform. TrueConf has developed a full software suite suitable for corporate IP networks and all popular PC and mobile platforms, offering the convenience of both cloud-based (TrueConf Online) and server-based (TrueConf Server) video conferencing products. TrueConf Server offers a Full HD video experience and the ability to support multi-point video conferences with up to 250 participants (using UDP Multicast).

TrueConf has facilitated over 1300 successful video conferencing solutions for governments, educational institutions, financial establishments, small businesses and corporations involved in all types of activities. The company developed the world's first 3D video conferencing application and has made significant advances in mobile conferencing and gesture-control video conferencing systems.


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  • Margarita Kashuba
    TrueConf
    +1 (347) 878-3263
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