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Michael Fishweicher asked ·

The Future of Meeting Online via RingCentral

We all know how RingCentral has White Labeled Zoom's very popular service and branded it as their own. I've been told however that RingCentral has been building their very own video conferencing solution to ultimately replace the Zoom white-labeled product and standardize on their product for video meetings, which I'm told is being built directly in the Glip app.

  1. Is this true?

  2. Will we see the Zoom version of RingCentral be sunset in the near future?

  3. How does this new technology compare to Zoom's already very accepted and award-winning solution? Will there be any option for customers to remain on Zoom platform?

  4. What if we don't use Glip?

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Phong Vu answered ·

Hi Michael,

Thanks for asking great questions! While I could answer most of your questions, I still don't want to jump into non programming topics in this Forum as this site is dedicated for application development questions and discussion.

I recommend you to repost your questions in this Forum for RingCentral customers so our customer support can help you better.

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Hantest Fantest answered ·

I would simply say, Ring Central is a fantastic video conferencing solution which is at par with Polycom, Avaya, R-HUB HD video conferencing servers etc. keeping other aspects aside as mentioned above.

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