Polycom Chimes In on Microsoft OCS Integration

By Paula Musich  |  Posted 2008-03-17 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The company's announcements at VoiceCon follow similar announcements by other vendors in the unified communications space.

ORLANDO, Fla.—Polycom on March 17 will join the growing chorus of vendors integrating with Microsoft’s Office Communications Server 2007 with new high-definition video and audio conferencing links to OCS.

 

Polycom high-definition audio and video as well as Telepresence endpoints and infrastructure will integrate with OCS 2007 to allow end uses to easily make voice and video calls through OCS. They will communicate with OCS via industry-standard Session Initiation Protocols.

 

The aim of the integration, being announced at the VoiceCon show here, is to bring Polycom videoconferencing under the unified communications umbrella so that it can be accessed as easily as any other UC application.

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