3CX Releases On-Premise Version of 3CX WebMeeting

3CX WebMeeting Server offers affordable, easy to use & open standards, on-premise Video Conferencing solution.

LONDON UK 25 FEBRUARY 20153CX, developer of next generation software-based PBX 3CX Phone System for Windows, today announces the release of its on-premise web conferencing solution, 3CX WebMeeting Server.

3CX WebMeeting Server revolutionizes video conferencing by being open standards, easy to install and low cost. Where previously companies would have had to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on proprietary solutions which require extensive training and set-up time, 3CX WebMeeting slashes costs and tears down the barriers to high quality, user-friendly video-conferencing. One deployment of 3CX allows company wide use for global meetings with customers and colleagues alike.

As an on-premise solution, 3CX WebMeeting Server serves up the same functionality and ease of use , whilst at the same time offering complete peace of mind to organisations requiring full control of their data.

User-friendly Web Conferencing with WebRTC

3CX WebMeeting is one of the first multiple participant web conferencing solutions to leverage WebRTC technology. WebRTC is the result of Google’s open source project to create browser-based real time communications without the need to download additional software or plugins. The use of WebRTC allows plugin free video conferencing and removes any  barriers for participants to join the meeting.

A New, Accessible, High Quality Conferencing Solution

3CX WebMeeting allows employees to hold more meetings, deliver more effective presentations and save time and travel expenses. Video Conference calls can be augmented with screen sharing while webinars and training can be made interactive with advanced classroom features such as raise hand and whiteboard.

Affordable Pricing Brings Video Conferencing to All

3CX is setting new pricing standards in the video conferencing industry. As other web conferencing software continues to be expensive to install and maintain and proprietary, 3CX WebMeeting Server offers highly competitive pricing with advanced features. Furthermore, low cost, yet high quality video hardware can be used because of open standards.

Nick Galea, CEO of 3CX said:

“3CX WebMeeting Server will allow us to cater to a wider range of businesses in need of an affordable, easy to deploy web conferencing solution which gives full control of data. Customers are tired of extortionate pricing and conferencing systems that are difficult to maintain. This is where 3CX steps in: To offer an industry first, low-cost, on-premise web conferencing solution.”


25 Meeting Participants – $2,275
50 Meeting Participants $3,995
100 Meeting Participants – $6,750
250 Meeting Participants – $11,500

Download Links and Documentation

Download 3CX WebMeeting Server – http://www.3cx.com/webmeeting/online-meeting/
Installation & Configuration Guide – http://www.3cx.com/docs/webmeeting-manual/
Administrator Manual -: http://www.3cx.com/docs/webmeeting-manual/
User Manual –  http://www.3cx.com/user-manual/webmeeting/
3CX WebMeeting Video – http://youtu.be/hGubiQXJJ-g

About 3CX (www.3cx.com)

3CX is the developer of the award-winning 3CX Phone System, an open standard unified communications platform for Windows that works with standard SIP phones. Designed with the IT administrator in mind, 3CX Phone System is easy to install and manage, and can cut call costs by up to 70%.

Some of the world’s leading companies and organizations use 3CX Phone System, including: Boeing, Mitsubishi Motors, Intercontinental Hotels & Resorts, Harley Davidson, City of Vienna and Pepsi.

3CX has been awarded the 2014 Comms National Award for ‘Best On-Premise Enterprise Solution’ and has been featured in CRN’s Annual Network Connectivity Services Partner Program Guide for 2014. 3CX was awarded CRN’s 5-Star Partner Program rating in 2013.

Visit us at: http://www.3cx.com & on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/3CX. Follow us on Twitter@3cx.

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  1. Loving the progress made on the webrtc side.

    When/can we expect an Firefox extension to be released?

    We all know IE will be last…

    February 26, 2015 at 9:25 pm
  2. Tim

    From what I’ve heard, the on-premise version is a standalone product and you can’t schedule web conferences via the 3CX Phone client as you can with the original/software-as-a-service version of web meeting…

    March 11, 2015 at 8:22 pm