Grandstream’s GVC3220 is a high-end video conferencing system that provides an interactive and immersive video conferencing environment to increase collaboration and productivity. Thanks to its suite of powerful, high-end video collaboration features, support for 4k Ultra HD video, ease-of-use and platform flexibility, The GVC3220 is a SIP-based Ultra HD Multimedia Conferencing System that provides flexibility to support any SIP or H.323 video conferencing platform, including Grandstream’s IPVideoTalk Meetings. With IPVideoTalk, the GVC Option plan turns any meeting hosted on a GVC device into an online meeting that can be joined seamlessly by up to thousands of people from a web browser, mobile app or other GVC devices. The GVC3220 is based on Android 9.0 and offers powerful features including 4K Ultra HD video, the ability to locally host up to 5-way 1080p video conferences, wireless screen-sharing capabilities, integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and more. It comes equipped with the GMD1208 desktop wireless microphone to enhance audio quality and provide full room coverage for up to 26ft pickup range. Thanks to its suite of powerful, high-end video collaboration features, support for 4k Ultra HD video, ease-of-use and platform flexibility, the GVC3220 is ideal for boardrooms, large conference rooms, auditoriums, classrooms and more.

  • Supports sharp video quality of up to 4K Full-HD video output
  • Runs on Android 9.0 operating system
  • GMD1208 desktop wireless microphone provides full room coverage for up to 5m pickup range
  • Remote video screen real time control and sharing PC screen functions
  • Advanced camera with 8M pixel CMOS sensor, FOV wide-angle lens, 12x zoom and PTZ for easy camera view adjustments
  • Integrated dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz & 5GHz), supports Wi-Fi Multimedia
  • 5-way 1080P or 9-way 720P
  • 1x HDMI In, 2x HDMI Out,1x Line in/out ,1x Media

If you wish to have multiple people at the same location join a video conference as a group, Grandstream’s GVC3220 high-end video conferencing system is the answer. It is designed primarily for groups in large areas such as boardrooms, conference rooms, auditoriums, classrooms and similar environments. It may also be desirable as an executive office video conferencing solution.


There is no substitute for in-person meetings, though video conferencing can bridge far more of the “virtual” gap than a simple audio phone call. As human beings, we are social creatures and primarily visual in our perceptions. Body language and facial expressions are vital aspects of the way we communicate. Numerous studies consistently support this finding which is why major corporations have been adopting video conferencing for many years. How vital video is depends on the circumstances and nature of your business and its client relationships. Corporate America trends towards treating people like numbers. It is an unavoidable consequence of size, and the personal nature of video helps counteract it. America’s small businesses are personal by their nature. Video conferencing is a more optional feature for small businesses and most effectively used when the business owner has a vision for deploying it.

Do you need this?

Today anyone can easily join or host a video conference with the built-in camera and microphone on a laptop or a smartphone. If you only have individuals joining video conferences from their homes or cubicles, you don’t need this. If you want to preserve the in-person dynamic amongst your team when you are all joining the same conference, this is your solution.  When appearances and presentation matter, a high-end video conferencing solution will convey a greater sense of teamwork to your customers than a group of disparate individuals on a screen. The high resolution and clarity of the video conveys the sense of a professional office in a virtual meeting space. If you feel your business can benefit from high-end video conferencing, let us help engineer the best solution for you. Call us.