Our story

Until a few years ago video conferencing solutions were built on costly hardware systems that were rigid, hard to scale and resource-heavy, and therefore often restricted to use by top management in large companies.

The founders of Pexip foresaw that there would be a movement in video conferencing from hardware to software and from software to cloud, and knew that with the right engineering and application, we could develop a platform to help enterprises benefit from these transitions. We have always believed that video conferencing should be democratized - that everyone in an organization should have access to communication tools that enable them to simply do what they need to do: meet.

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Deployed on-premise, in a private or public cloud, or even rented from one of our service provider partners, Pexip’s Virtual Machine software enables organizations to deploy as much and as widely as needed, in minutes rather than days or weeks.

We think that everyone in an organization should have their own Virtual Meeting Room, just like they have an email address and a telephone number.

How do we do it?

We started out by realizing the market has changed and is changing radically.

Nearly everyone on our team has worked in the visual communications industry for a number of years. We have heard the needs and requirements of real-life users time and time again. And we know the fundamental challenges the enterprise faces these days.

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Deployed on-premise, in a private or public cloud, or even rented from one of our service provider partners, Pexip’s Virtual Machine software enables organizations to deploy as much and as widely as needed, in minutes rather than days or weeks.

We think that everyone in an organization should have their own Virtual Meeting Room, just like they have an email address and a telephone number.

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We started out by realizing the market has changed and is changing radically.

Nearly everyone on our team has worked in the visual communications industry for a number of years. We have heard the needs and requirements of real-life users time and time again. And we know the fundamental challenges the enterprise faces these days.