MCU illustrationLeading White-Label MCU with Global Footprint

Service Providers no longer need to invest in expensive Multipoint Conference Units (MCUs) to produce and deliver high-end video conferencing services and virtual meeting rooms.

MCU1.com provides Service Providers with a global and highly scalable MCU delivered as Infrastructure as a Service that they can white-label and cost-effectively deliver as their own service.

Open Architecture Built for
Integration and White-labeling

While MCU1.com is fully functional standalone, Service Providers may integrate MCU1.com with existing production/scheduling systems and/or create new web interfaces to white-label the MCU1.com service.

The MCU1.com API covers all aspects of the MCU features, from management and call control to call history and CDR.

The MCU1.com WebRTC JavaScript API enables easy embedment of virtual meeting rooms in any web interface including end-customers' intranet.

Open MCU Architecture

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Global, Reliable and Scalable SaaS Available on Demand

With infrastructure on three continents (North America, Europe and Asia) and ports available on demand, MCU1.com redefines how Service Providers source, produce and deliver virtual meeting rooms to customers.

The software based MCU1.com is developed in-house, runs on clusters of high-spec standard servers and scales to meet any demand. MCU1.com has proven itself to be extremely reliable with zero downtime excluding scheduled maintenance periods.

Best Global Quality and Reach
Delivered with VideoRoaming

MCU1.com is running on the VideoRoaming service to ensure best connectivity with any location on Internet. VideoRoaming combines the quality of a global QoS network with the reach of Internet in one hybrid distributed service designed for video conferencing.

VideoRoaming's four QoS Access Points in North America, four in Europe and three in APAC, combined with advanced routing algorithms and quality assured local Internet, provide optimal media paths for every meeting participant with acceptable latency and little or no packet loss.

MCU1.com with VideoRoaming

MCU interoperability

 

Interoperable with SIP/H.323 Endpoints and WebRTC

MCU1.com has native support for SIP endpoints and WebRTC (support for Google Chrome and Opera, additional browser support to be added). Participants can join a meeting by calling a SIP URI or by accessing a unique URL in their Google Chrome or Opera browser.

Service Providers can easily add H.323 support to virtual meeting rooms by specifying an external gateway or by utilizing Cisco VCSes available at MCU1.com as an optional SaaS.

Secure SaaS MCU for Service Providers and End-clients

As any SaaS, security is imperative. MCU1.com was designed with the most relevant web and video conferencing security standards.

Service Providers can enable encryption on signaling and media on a per room basis for SIP and H.323 calls. Whenever a virtual room is enabled for WebRTC participants, both signaling and media are encrypted per the WebRTC standard.

MCU security

MCU Ease of Use

Empower Customers with Easy Control of Their Virtual Rooms

MCU1.com is a game changer compared to traditional MCUs as company admins and room hosts can get access to an easy-to-use web interface.

Company admins have full control of all rooms in own organization and room hosts/owners can call out from their rooms, manage favorite list of video addresses and send out meeting room invites. Participants have in addition control of the room layout by being able to zoom in on other participants.

Cost-Effective MCU Giving Revenue and Margin Growth

Service Providers can sign up for MCU1.com without any upfront investment and start growing revenues and margins from day one.

MCU1.com lets Service Providers enjoy the benefit of port multiplexing and enables increasing margin percentage over time (from 50% to 80-90%).

MCU Revenue and Margin