Group Video Conferencing for Linux Users from TrueConf

By: Winsent Clarke

Year over year the number of people who use Linux at work and at home grows rapidly. Nowadays, business owners know they can cut costs on IT infrastructure using Linux and Open Source software. The demand for quality business-grade video conferencing for Linux is growing rapidly and TrueConf is proud to offer a solution. TrueConf solutions are compatible with all mobile platforms (Android and iOS) and with major desktop OS: Windows, OS X, and Linux.

The release of TrueConf video conferencing software for Linux has been designed for Ubuntu 12.04 and Debian 7.2.0 and above. Stable version 1.0.1 offers point-to-point calls, group video conferences (symmetrical, role-based, video broadcasting), and instant messaging. The users will get the ability to change equipment "on the fly".

After last update of TrueConf Linux the application will automatically choose the closest server, which will significantly improve the application's performance.
You can download the distributive package (x64 or i386) at TrueConf website:

The product is fully compatible with all TrueConf products, including TrueConf Server (on-premises software-based server) and TrueConf Online (cloud service). The users of TrueConf cloud service can log in using TrueConf account or social networks. To connect to server you can use LDAP.

The near-term plans of TrueConf in 2014 year are to release 4K video conference in TrueConf Server and WebRTC client with video/audio/content feedback and to improve all client applications of the company.

Easy video conferencing is available for everyone with TrueConf software!

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Russian video conferencing software developer TrueConf was founded in 2003 year in Moscow. The company develops individual and corporate solutions in the field of video and audio transmission.

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