Internet2 Videoconferencing

Welcome to the Internet2 Videoconferencing page at Binghamton University. Videoconferencing has become the most popular means of communication on Internet2. Whether using a full-fledged professional videoconferencing system or a desktop camera with simple software, users are easily able to initiate and participate in conferences that take full advantage of the high-speed connectivity that Internet2 provides.

If you are directly affiliated with Binghamton University and wish to make use of our professional-quality videoconferencing resources, we encourage you to visit this page for a complete list (compiled by the Telecommunications Department) of our videoconferencing sites (together with appropriate contact information).

If you are looking for professional desktop videoconferencing alternatives, we have Polycom's PVX software installed on a laptop that we can allow you to use for a one-time event.

Even if you just need to use a simple webcam for a limited time or need help installing/operating freely-available videoconferencing software, email us and we would be more than happy to assist you.

In all of the above cases, we do ask that you abide by our Acceptable Use policy when utilizing our equipment.

For your convenience, we have also compiled a list of tutorials for a variety of videoconferencing software programs.

More information about videoconferencing technology can also be found on our Links page.

Last updated August 7, 2012