With Next Telecom Video Conferencing, connect to any VC device, any VC platform, any time you want.

Office 365 Teams Video Conferencing opens video conferencing to every video enabled O365 device.
  • Video connect, with Teams users inside your business with a click.
  • Video connect, with Teams users outside of your business, with a simple invite.
  • Video Connect with non Teams users with a simple invite.

The Next Telecom Teams 365 VC Solution, delivers a video collaboration experience that brings users closer together and drives meaningful conversation for geographically dispersed teams.

In order to survive in this fast-paced world and to be more flexible, companies must create productive working environments to promote digital working habits and collaboration. These interactions generate innovation and commitment and promote greater productivity. Next Telecom & MS Teams is the engine that drives enterprise-grade video, voice and collaboration experiences, accelerating decision-making and fostering innovation.

Next Telecom video helps bring teams together, complementing our Cloud Business Phone Hosted Voice platform, to connect your people both locally and around the world. Because not everybody – particularly overseas offices – use the same platform, our hosted gateways are built to connect a diverse and dispersed array of equipment.


Simple and easy to use. With one consistent experience for all users.


Works over any transport type including 4G.


Leverage HD video and audio for a high-quality experience from any device.


Collaborate with up to 250 users at one time.


Maximise engagement with a full suite of collaboration features and screen sharing.

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Video Conferencing FAQ

What is video conferencing?

Video conferencing is two-way interactive communication delivered using telephone or Internet technologies that allows people at different location to come together for a meeting. The video conference can be as simple as a conversation between two people in private offices (point-to-point) or involve several sites (multi-point) with more than one person in large rooms at different sites.

What are the benefits of video conferencing?

Video conferencing saves travel time and money. Participants can see and hear all other participants and communicate both verbally and visually, creating a face-to-face experience. PowerPoint and other on screen graphic, as well as other cameras are also available presentation options. People downtime is reduced and productivity gains are achieved by removing the logistics of flight preparations, airport delays, hotel stays, and all the other inconveniences of business travel. Video conferences can also be recorded and made available in a variety of ways, e.g., DVDs, streaming video.

When should video conference be used?

People use video conferencing when: a live conversation is needed; visual information is an important component of the conversation; the parties of the conversation can't physically come to the same location; the expense or time of travel is a consideration.

Can I video conference from my home? Another office? A hotel?

Technically, the answer is yes. A USB camera, a microphone, and video conferencing software can turn your computer into a video conferencing system. However you need to consider available bandwidth and any firewalls that may be in place.

What bandwidth is needed for a quality video conference?

The quality of a video conference primarily depends on the characteristics of the network connection between the conferencing sites. Video conferences can require anywhere from 128 Kbps for a low-quality desktop endpoint, up to 20 Mbps for an immersive three-screen telepresence suite. Video conferencing bandwidth requirements are driven by the resolution and the ability of the session to handle image motion.