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The new Polycom RealPresence Group 700 video collaboration system is designed for larger rooms such as corporate conference rooms, entertainment production studios and lecture halls.

The Polycom RealPresence Group 700 comprises a Polycom EagleEye III camera, codec, microphone array and remote control. A second camera and microphone array can be added.

Features include support for video at up to 1080p60, interoperability with leading unified communications systems, direct connection to Cisco teleconferencing systems, and a simplified user interface.

Up to eight parties can be connected in a single call without the use of an external bridge.

RealPresence systems also allow the use of an tablet as a remote control with the aid of the RealPresence Mobile app for iOS and Android.

"Our mission is to make video collaboration an essential and accessible part of how people live and work, whether the solutions are used for internal meetings and training, closing sales deals, engineering projects between geographically dispersed teams, or working with customers," said Polycom senior vice president of worldwide engineering A E Natarajan.

"Polycom has re-architected our user interface through input from our customers and developed technologies based on user behaviours to make our solutions intuitive and easy to use.

"Our RealPresence Group Series systems reflect our intense R&D advancements, along with the delivery of the industry¹s highest quality visual collaboration experience."

Prices start at US$16,999.




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