Polycom CX5100 Unified Conference Station
The IT department’s challenge is to make video meetings in conference rooms more effective, reduce video support calls and reduce the need for “white glove” video support service. Are your video conference room users distracted by video or audio quality issues? Are they having trouble seeing or identifying who is speaking? Are they finding it hard to pan the camera to focus attention on the active speaker? Are they frustrated by trying to learn another user interface? Solve these challenges and video conference room use goes up. More room use translates to fully realizing the benefits of video collaboration and achieving your expected return on investment. For Microsoft Lync users, the Polycom CX5100 unified conference station answers these challenges with a truly unique around-the-table video collaboration solution.
More productive meetings
Optimized for Microsoft Lync, the Polycom CX5100 unified conference station brings the powerful collaboration capabilities of Microsoft Lync voice, video and content together through a unique 360-degree panoramic view of the entire room. A second HD video view of the active speaker is also sent at 1080p video resolution using advanced technology that automatically focuses on the current speaker and tracks the flow of conversation to enable richer, more interactive communication. No more reaching for a video control device. It’s a “hands-free” experience that allows you to forget about the technology and simply focus on your meeting.
Easy to deploy and use
An intuitive design with full plug-and-play functionality makes it easy to deploy and use the Polycom CX5100. With little or no training, anyone with a laptop that has Microsoft Lync can walk into the room and simply plug the CX5100 unified conference station into their PC’s USB port and start sharing voice and 360-degree panorama video. Control, invitations, and content sharing are handled through the familiar Microsoft Lync user interface your users already know and use every day. Removing the challenge of learning a remote control device means fewer support calls and fewer requests for “white glove” level support from the IT department.