Synergy Sky Connect brings Teams meetings into 6m meeting rooms

Norwegian software development company Synergy Sky has developed a solution to dial into any Microsoft Teams meeting from any traditional video conferencing room.

Synergy Sky Connect makes it possible to join Microsoft Teams meetings from SIP systems, regardless of who is sending the invitation. 

This provides all SIP-based video systems with the ability to join all Teams meetings across organizations and physical locations. 

Synergy Sky Connect has a server-side integration with Exchange, O365 and Google so that the users can book their video meetings in Outlook or Google Calendar like they would for any other meeting. When the meeting is about to start, all that is needed is the click of a button to connect from the meeting room. 

Today, there are four CVI (Cloud Video Interoperability) providers in the market who make it possible to dial from SIP systems to Teams meetings. 

“All the existing CVI solutions create confusion and insecurity among end-users because they are only functional if the person who organises the meeting has CVI. If the organiser is unsure whether the external participant has CVI or not, the meeting is likely not going to connect and the end-user will not understand why. In addition, if you receive a Teams meeting invitation from someone without CVI you will not be able to make use of your own CVI solution either, and not be able to join the meeting from the SIP system,” says Ståle Reitan, CEO at Synergy Sky. 

“Employees should not be expected to have deep-seated knowledge around video meeting technology to successfully be able to join meeting from a video room. This is solved with Synergy Sky Connect. There are no caveats for the SIP system to join the Teams meeting,” he finishes. 








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