Polycom has extended its videoconferencing and VoIP portfolio for service providers and enterprises in the unified communications (UC) space.
The five new products include the UC Intelligent Core designed for service providers. The system can support 75,000 devices and has a capacity for up to 25,000 simultaneous calls.
Polycom has also extended its cloud-based communication offerings with two new services under its Video Content Management brand.
Accordent Media Management System and Capture Station are designed to improve the quality of streaming video for on-demand and live media streams.
Targeting the videoconferencing hardware market is the OTX 100 telepresence system. Slated for arrival in the fourth quarter, the single-screen system is aimed at smaller offices seeking a compact, low-cost videoconferencing system.
Polycom said that the OTX 100 supports videoconferencing through the Polycom Open Collaboration Network, as well as Microsoft's Lync platform and Cisco's CTS.
In the VoIP space, Polycom will extend its SoundStructure telephony platform to allow the use of third-party controls and improve the quality of calls.
The new products and services are part of a larger push for what Polycom sees as a growing market for UC platforms.
"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," said Polycom chief development officer Sudhakar Ramakrishna.
"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."
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