Pexip Partners with Google Cloud to Bring Native Video, Audio, and Content-sharing Interoperability to Hangouts Meet

New York, June 4, 2018 – Pexip, an award-winning video conferencing and collaboration platform vendor, today announced it has partnered with Google Cloud to provide native video interoperability capabilities for Hangouts Meet. With this update, the Pexip Infinity cloud enterprise application will enable non-Meet video conferencing solutions such as traditional SIP/H.323 systems and other modern software applications users to join Meet video calls as fully featured Meet participants.

Webinar: Everything you need to know about Pexip Infinity 13

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With more than 20 new features in the new release, there’s something in it for everyone. If you are an end user, a Pexip reseller and partner, or just interested - there is something in Infinity that will change how you think about UC and software defined infrastructure.

Understanding Pexip Infinity scale and flexibility

Eddie Clifton - Pexip VP of Worldwide Service Providers - faces the difficult question from his partners every day: “How do we cope with massive scale, flexibility of deployment, and the ever-increasing complexity of vendors and solutions?”

Pexip's Eddie Clifton explains some of the fundamental features of Pexip Infinity.

Arkadin and Pexip Announce Strategic Partnership to Deliver More Efficient and Productive Virtual Meetings

ATLANTA, GA and OSLO, NORWAY - Arkadin, an NTT Communications company and one of the world's largest and fastest growing providers of cloud-hosted Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) solutions, and Pexip, a leading innovator in scalable, distributed collaboration software, today announced a strategic partnership that will enable Arkadin's customers to enjoy more engaging and successful meeting ex

Pexip Brings Its Infinity Enterprise Collaboration Platform To Microsoft Azure

Oslo, Norway - Pexip, a leading innovator in scalable, distributed collaboration software, has announced support for the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, with a major upgrade to its award-winning Infinity meeting and interoperability platform. Pexip’s capabilities can now simplify customers’ visual collaboration solutions while benefiting from the speed, flexibility, and security provided by Azure.

Pexip’s new V12 release puts Infinity in Microsoft’s Azure cloud

Pexip’s new release makes another major technology leap, continuing to tear down the barriers that have historically plagued the communications industry.

The new version of Pexip Infinity adds support for deployment to Microsoft Azure cloud.

Demonstrating Dynamic Hybrid Cloud bursting

At the recent Integrated Systems Europe in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Pexip's Ian Mortimer, a lead software engineer within the R&D team, had the opportunity to discuss the company's Dynamic Hybrid Cloud feature with the Integrated Systems Europe TV channel. Here's what happened:

How Dynamic Cloud Bursting works with Amazon Web Services

When you and your organization use videoconferencing and visual communications on a regular basis, you are well aware of the benefits they provide.

But then you also know that sometimes, you cannot support the desire to have everyone join that monthly town hall meeting, or the public address by the CEO.

Pexip Infinity with Dynamic Hybrid Cloud - on-premises deployment with dynamic bursting to the cloud

Pexip, a leading innovator in scalable, distributed collaboration software, today announced the addition of Dynamic Hybrid Cloud to the Pexip Infinity platform. This allows an on-premises installation of Pexip Infinity to burst to an IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) cloud when on-premise capacity is about to be exceeded. Now, customers no longer need to worry about running out of resources.

Pexip’s enterprise collaboration platform now deploys on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

OSLO, NORWAY – Pexip, a leading innovator in scalable, distributed collaboration software, today announced that the newest version of its Infinity platform will enable deployment directly on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform (