Cisco Meeting Server brings premises-based video, audio, and web communication together to meet the collaboration needs of the modern workplace. It works with third-party devices, and provides an enjoyable and intuitive user experience. It also scales easily, and can be purchased using our all-in-one, user-based multiparty licensing offer.
Meeting Server provides a simple, intuitive user experience for everyone, however they choose to meet.
Find out how Meeting Server software makes collaboration easier, boosts productivity, protects your investments, and simplifies purchasing.
With Meeting Server, anyone can join a meeting and enjoy a high-quality, consistent, and familiar experience using a Cisco Collaboration Endpoint, Jabber client, Meeting App (native or with a WebRTC-compatible browser), or third-party device.
Meeting Server scales easily for small or large deployments. Meetings scale across multiple platforms, optimizing bandwidth and cutting costs. You can start small and add capacity as needed.
Purchasing is simple with an all-in-one, user-based, multiparty licensing model. It gives you the flexibility to buy the services you need today, and add more licenses as your organization grows. Learn about the simple and cost-effective options available.
Talk with a Cisco salesperson or partner to learn about deployment and choose the best options for you.
Meeting Server software has been optimized to run on our UCS-based Meeting Server 1000 and Cisco Meeting Server 2000
Our multiparty option supports per-meeting licensing. Or you can purchase capacity units, as in a traditional license model.
Options include branding and recording.
Get the Cisco Meeting App for Macs and PCs on our site or from iTunes. Use the Apple Store for iOS devices.
This Cisco UCS x86 server supports up to 96 simultaneous HD video conferencing calls.
This Cisco UCS x86 server supports up to 500 simultaneous HD video conferencing calls.
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“We chose this solution for three main reasons: the high quality content share, the ability to include room and desktop users into one video meeting, and the simplicity of the solution itself.”Brett Thorson, IT Client Operations. Starz Entertainment
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