Feature Wise Comparison Between Different Cloud Video Interop Providers for Microsoft Teams


What is the Cloud Video Interop Services?

Cloud Video Interop (CVI) is a Microsoft Qualified third-party solution that enables third-party meeting rooms (telepresence) and personal video devices (VTCs) to join Microsoft Teams meetings.

With Microsoft Teams, you get rich online content collaboration in meetings that include audio, video, and content sharing. This can be enjoyed through the desktop and web client, as well as through many partner devices that integrate natively with Microsoft Teams. However, many customers have already invested in video teleconferencing and personal video communication devices, which can be expensive to upgrade. Cloud Video Interop provides an easy solution, allowing you to keep using your existing solutions until you are ready to upgrade.

Details About Cloud Video Interop

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/cloud-video-interop

Here is the Feature Wise Comparison Between the Four Vendors for Cloud Video Interop Services

 

Features

Blue Jeans

Pexip

Polycom

Cisco

Cloud Service

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Setup via PowerShell

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Service from Vendor

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Custom Alternative Dialing Instructions Page

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

One Touch Dial/OBTP/ One Click to Join

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

On-premises

No

Yes

No

No

Hybrid

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Private Cloud

No

Yes

No

No

Service from Partners

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Register VTCs to CVI

No

Yes

No

Yes

VTC Call Control

No

Yes

No

Yes

Trusted/Untrusted Devices

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Custom Domain/URI for Joining

Yes

Yes

No

No

Same platform for Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams

No

Yes

Yes

No

WebRTC for Non-Microsoft Edge Users

No

Yes

No

Yes

 

Comments

  1. The "On-premises", "Hybrid", "Custom Domain", and "Same Platform for Skype..." categories should all be YES for Poly as the RealConnect Service supports all of those items.

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  2. Very useful...it would be even more help to get some info as to what impact the 'No' answers mean for users .

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  3. Hi Satish - thank you for this overview. Just one small comment: if your video endpoint is Webex registered, then "Trusted/Untrusted Devices" should be a Yes on the Cisco CVI solution. This will work, so Lobby by-pass is possible.

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  4. Custom domain/IVR and Trusted/untrusted devices are both supported with BlueJeans.
    Furthermore, some features are not available with Pexio, when customer selects their Cloud deployment.

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    1. Thank You for the Information. Changes Made accordingly.

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  5. Informative, thanks for bringing to a single page

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