Fruit of the collaboration between Polycom and Microsoft are the collaboration of CX5500 and CX5100 video and audio stations which offer views of 360 ° and 1080 p HD quality.

Polycom CX5500 and CX5100

Polycom He has designed new solutions in collaboration with 1080 p HD with 360 degree panoramic views, designed especially for video Microsoft Lync. Unified Conference Polycom CX5500 and CX5100 resorts offer an innovative experience to the participants, be it that they are in the Conference room or thousands of miles away.

CX5500 and systems CX5100, successors of the HD CX5000 unified conference station, are the result of the existing partnership between Polycom and Microsoft.

The new Polycom CX5500 offers collaboration of video and audio capabilities for the business environment in a very easy to use system that it can be connected to the USB port on the computer and also works as an audio SIP phone. The Polycom CX5100 system offers the same experience of panoramic HD video and USB, but is intended for customers who do not require independent Conference audio connection.

Polycom on CNNThese teams are located in the Centre of the Conference room, allowing a natural conversation between participants who are located around the table and the remote participants. Both systems deliver 1080 p video of the person talking to the track automatically the flow of conversation to 30 frames per second, while providing a panoramic view of 360-degree room. The talks remain clear with Polycom HD Voice fidelity.

Management includes a simple interface that helps users make or join a call directly from the user interface of Lync. Users simply connect the system via USB to a computer with Lync. CX5500 and CX5100 systems can also be used in combination with Lync Room System, gathering in the center of the room 360 degree cameras with a video system designed for Lync, including touch screens and touch-sensitive controls on the desktop.


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By • Jul 15, 2013
• Section: Telepresence / Videoconferencing