Find answers to common questions about integrating non-Google video meeting systems with Google Meet.
People in your organization can join Google Meet video meetings from standards-based (SIP/H.323), third-party videoconferencing systems, including:
- Microsoft Skype for Business and Surface Hub
No. Meet interoperability allows third-party clients to connect to Meet video meetings, but not the other way around.
To use Meet with a third-party system, you need the Pexip Infinity gateway, which can be run on premise or as a cloud service. For details, see Set up interoperability.
The ability to turn on Meet interoperability is included with all paid G Suite licenses at no additional cost. You must still purchase a license from Pexip or a Pexip partner.
For pricing information, email Pexip at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To get started, contact your Google Account manager.
You can also contact Pexip directly at email@example.com.
After your G Suite administrator turns on Meet interoperability for your organization, all new Meet video meetings will automatically include instructions on how to join from third-party systems.
To join an interop-enabled meeting, see Join from a third-party system.
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