Y2K Air

Y2K Air enables multi-point conferencing without expensive infrastructure requirements by taking video conferencing (VC) into the cloud. Remove the need for costly and fiddly bridge equipment with this browser-based tool so you can conference with anyone in the world. Yes, Y2K Air lets users tap into any “standards-based” conferencing system directly in your browser, effectively quashing compatibility and interoperability concerns. Not only that, but this service can combine audio-only, desktop video, and room-based video systems in a single VC meeting. Y2K Air is available on an ad hoc basis and all year round – so your team can conference as and when you need to.

Please Note: AirTies does require an existing internet connection and router for internet breakout. AirTies is sold as a self-install solution.

How It Works


Browser benefits

Enjoy the beauty of real simplicity: Y2K Air for web browsers doesn’t require any downloads and is wholly plugin-free, so tablets, smartphones and other devices connect seamlessly.

Simply dial in

Multiple users can join conferences by dialing into a virtual meeting room number, as you would on an ordinary phone. Calls are placed over IP or SIP.


An affordable monthly subscription gives access to a quality solution at a fraction of the cost of traditional VC tools and means no capital outlay weighing heavily in your “capex” column.

And more…

This service is vendor-independent, allows for conference recording, and is capable of one-to-one connectivity (over IP) for users outside your company network.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. It supports Chrome, Internet Explorer and many more.

Only one license is required for your entire platform and there is an unlimited number of people who can join.

Make outbound point-to-point calls through the platform by simply entering the address of the person you want to call.

Yes. Y2K Air utilises 128 bit AES encryption together with pin code locked virtual meeting rooms.