TrueConf Launches TrueConf Server for Linux Beta Test Program

Alina Krukova
February 1, 2021
Alina Krukova
Categories: News TrueConf Server

TrueConf Launches TrueConf Server for Linux Beta Test Program 1
We’re excited to announce that TrueConf Server for Linux beta testing program will be officially launched on February 1! TrueConf Server, our enterprise-grade video collaboration platform, can now be deployed on Debian OS. Join our beta testing community to get early access to the Linux-based version of our solution, collaborate with developers, provide your feedback and help us shape the future of TrueConf!

There’s a fast-growing demand for stable and secure Linux-based IT solutions, data centers and endpoints, leveraging advanced security measures, data storing capacity, reliability and system speed. These features are especially useful for setting up remote work and corporate communications in healthcare, education, government organizations and businesses of all sizes.

Today, we are proud to announce a public beta test of TrueConf Server for Linux that enables users to deploy our video conferencing system on the most popular Linux distros: Debian 9 and 10.

TrueConf Server is an enterprise-grade video conferencing platform for team collaboration, remote work and distance learning. TrueConf natively integrates with conference room systems and third-party video conferencing services via SIP/H.323.

Complete the form to join our beta testing community and get early access to TrueConf Server for Linux beta version! By having your say on our product, you have the chance to influence future updates that will be used by the global audience. Your participation and feedback will help us build a better version of our video conferencing system, so beta testers are encouraged to send us feedback or questions on any features they’ve tested.