The installable Meeting Center Server is the solution for businesses and government agencies who prefer to run their Meeting center in-house.
Full range of MeetingSphere workspaces
'Leaders' use the most popular features to make their web conferences dynamic and efficient
'Facilitators' have access to all features for full-fledged (online) workshops
Voice service (cloud service)
Screen sharing (cloud service)
Enterprise class application server
operating system: Linux or Windows Server (please specify in order)
database: embedded Apache Derby (default) or choice of customer-supplied database servers
Installed in the customer’s data center
LDAP directory integration (optional)
Enterprise class security controls
Branded login page, lobby, meeting reports
Easy roll-out across the organization - just add leader and facilitator licenses
Personally licensed leaders and facilitators can run unlimited meetings and workshops with unlimited* participants
Administration of subscriptions occurs via an online connection to the MeetingSphere Store.
System and Deployment Guide
Software requirements are given below.
Once the customer has made its deployment decisions and implemented them on the network, deployment is easy: Download the installer, execute, configure. Software maintenance is a matter of minutes as it occurs by download and implementation of executable update installers.
U.S. Government agencies purchase MeetingSphere Meeting Center Server under GSA Contract GS-35F-514BA.
*Disclaimer: MeetingSphere is not meant as a tool for mass communication. The number of concurrent participants supported in a meeting depends on the equipment and network infrastructure participants use. For example, participants joining without a headset or over a noisy line can force leaders to revert to "Mute all/Push-to-talk" early. Likewise, several participants sitting behind one slow firewall can spoil the screen sharing experience for these users. Moreover, events and conditions on the Internet which are outside MeetingSphere's control can affect the quality, in particular, of voice connections.
'Anytime sessions' to which participants contribute in their own time do not require a voice conference and will accept contributions from several hundred participants.