TrueConf Enterprise customers can take full advantage of a shared license pool. The master server will automatically distribute the licences between servers depending on an organization’s video conferencing network load and the individual set of parameters for each TrueConf Server instance. Thanks to the new feature, users can optimize their VPN workload and boost video conferencing by adding edge instances to network users in every remote location.
TrueConf also released an update for TrueConf Directory, an extension that allows common video conferencing network users to find each other and view the structure of user groups in a company’s branches or departments. TrueConf Directory features decentralized architecture based on API and secret key exchange between connected TrueConf Server instances, performing auto-syncing of all Enterprise network users. This secure solution provides enhanced fault tolerance, quick search and global user list display.
“We believe that our new solution will open up new opportunities for TrueConf’s corporate customers and telecommunications operators,” comments Dmitry Odintsov, Chief Business Development Officer at TrueConf. “We are constantly modernizing our video conferencing system and the growing number of our customers is a testament to their satisfaction with our products.”
TrueConf Enterprise will be showcased during GITEX 2018, a consumer computer and electronics trade show which will take place on October 14-18 in Dubai.
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