Grandstream Updates IPVideoTalk Plans to Help Businesses Adjust to Teleworking

By Erik Linask April 06, 2020

During a time when more companies are implementing remote work strategies than ever, tech companies are coming to their aid with unified communications and conferencing solutions to support government telework mandates.  With so many workers suddenly faced with the reality of working from home for the first time, having easy to use technology to collaborate with colleagues and customers is critical to maintaining productive workflows.




To help support companies as the adjust to what is quickly becoming the new normal, Grandstream, a Platinum sponsor of ITEXPO 2020 in February, announced new plans for its WebRTC-based IPVideoTalk virtual meeting service. 

With IPVideoMeetings, businesses can host meetings, training sessions, and video conferences to keep teams engaged, connected, and productive.  For many, working at home is an unfamiliar experience, and being able to continue somewhat normal engagement can help them adjust.

IPVideoTalk allows users to join meetings from basically any device – desktops, laptops, mobile devices – and includes HD audio and video, single-click joining, cloud storage for recordings, screen and content sharing, meeting controls, and more.  Grandstream recently upgraded the service to support additional video feeds, more participants, and longer meetings. 

For essential employees still needing to be in their offices, IPVideoTalk is compatible with Grandstream’s GVC video conferencing devices, so employees can connect to conferences at all times.  One the current crisis passes and businesses resume more normal operations, this will allow companies to continue to support remote and mobile workers and flexible arrangements.

The updated IPVideoTalk plans include:

IPVideoTalk Meetings – Basic (Free)

  • Free
  • Up to 50 meeting participants and 49 video feeds
  • HD video, HD audio, Screen-sharing, group/private chat, reports/analytics, recording
  • Unlimited meetings (up to 70 minutes per meeting session)
  • Attend from PCs, MACs, Android (News - Alert)/iOS devices, GVC series devices, VoIP dial-in
  • 512MB (approximately 2 hours) of cloud recording storage

IPVideoTalk Meetings – Pro

  • Up to 100 meeting participants and 49 video feeds
  • 1080p HD video, HD audio, Screen-sharing, group/private chat, reports/analytics, recording
  • Unlimited meetings (up to 6 hours per meeting session) and unlimited webinars
  • Attend from PCs, MACs, Android/iOS devices, GVC series devices, VoIP and toll dial-in
  • 2GB (approximately 8 hours) of cloud recording storage
  • $9.99 per month, billed annually

IPVideoTalk Meetings – Business

  • Up to 150 meeting participants and 49 video feeds
  • 1080p HD video, HD audio, screen-sharing, group/private chat, reports/analytics, recording
  • Unlimited meetings (up to 6 hours per session) and unlimited webinars
  • Attend from PCs, MACs, Android/iOS devices, GVC series devices, VoIP and toll dial-in
  • 5GB (approximately 20 hours) of cloud recording storage
  • 14.99 per month, billed annually

GVC Room Systems Package Add-On

  • Add any of Grandstream’s GVC series video conferencing devices to the Basic, Pro, or Business plan for an extra $30 per month, on top of original plan cost.
  • GVC Room System Packages upgrade all plans with unlimited webinars, up to 6-hour meeting sessions, 5GB storage, VoIP and toll dial-ins and more.

Businesses already had to accommodate a demand for flexible work arrangements, as work-life balance has become a greater priority for employees.  IPVideoTalk is not only helping companies immediately implement teleworking strategies, but will allow them to increase their flexibility and operational continuity going forward.

ITEXPO has always offered businesses the opportunity to learn and about and see firsthand the latest business technologies that are driving innovations in business communications and collaboration.  Part of the TechSuperShow, ITEXPO (News - Alert), along with many of its collocated events, is coming to the brand new Miami Beach Convention Center, June 22-25, 2021.  Along with MSP ExpoSD-WAN ExpoFuture of Work Expo, and more, ITEXPO offers an unprecedented opportunity for education and networking for   Enterprises and SMBs, service providers and carriers, MSPs, and channel partner to explore the latest technologies that are driving business success.  




Edited by Erik Linask
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