Polycom announced several significant solutions to
accelerate the adoption of unified communications. The products range from
Polycom UC Intelligent Core software to cloud-based video content management
(VCM) solutions to immersive telepresence and VoIP systems.
The UC industry is at a tipping point and Polycom is accelerating the adoption of UC through continuous innovation and execution,
delivering even more solutions to connect people anywhere and on multiple
devices. The five products we’re announcing today, combined with many other
recent technology advancements and Polycom-driven industry initiatives, demonstrate
our commitment to delivering on our UC Everywhere vision,” said Sudhakar
Ramakrishna, chief development officer, Polycom.
The new software release for the Polycom UC Intelligent Core platform features
industry-leading enhancements to provide the most robust platform for scalable,
reliable video services to offer carrier-grade UC supporting up to 75,000
devices and up to 25,000 concurrent calls.
Expanding on the award-winning performance of the Polycom
OTX 300, the Polycom OTX 100 solution provides the power of a single-screen
immersive telepresence experience in a smaller package and more aggressive
price point, making it well-suited for smaller meeting rooms and offices.
New versions of Polycom Video Content Management (VCM)
solutions, including Polycom’s Accordent Media Management
System (AMMS) v 4.5 and Accordent Capture Station v 5.1, make managing and
delivering high-quality video content easier than ever. Polycom VCM solutions
automate the many steps required to create, manage, and deliver video.
The new SoundStructure VoIP Interface adds Polycom’s
industry-leading SIP telephony features to the SoundStructure product family.
The VoIP Interface brings the legendary performance of SoundStructure,
including best-in-class Polycom HD Voice performance and noise cancellation
technology, to installed VoIP environments. The modular interface makes it
easier and more cost-effective than ever to transition from circuit-switched
telephony to VoIP.
By telecomlead.com Team