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Polycom’s HDX 4000 Series Offers High-Def Apps

Polycom earlier this week released its HDX 4000 series executive desktop video conferencing systems with a complete UltimateHD experience for voice, video, and content-sharing capabilities.
Posted Jul 25, 2007
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Polycom earlier this week released its HDX 4000 series executive desktop video conferencing systems with a complete UltimateHD experience for voice, video, and content-sharing capabilities.

The all-in-one solutions will work seamlessly with Polycom conference room and telepresence video systems and can support up to four people on camera.

Siren22 StereoSurround super wideband audio technology offers stereo voice separation for clarity and intelligibility, and patent-pending microphone technology picks up voices clearly with stereo separation, adding a spatial aspect of room location to the speaker's voice, while reducing background noises, such as typing on a keyboard.

The integrated keypad on the HDX 4000 allows users to dial a video call just as they would a telephone call, or answer a video call by touching a single button. The HDX 4000 also features a telephone-line connection allowing people calling in from a desktop, conference, or mobile phone to seamlessly join a call for a unified voice and video conference. This also allows the system to be used as a high-quality desktop speakerphone (VoIP or POTS) when not in a video call.

To assist customers deploying HD video conferencing, Polycom offers a comprehensive suite of HD Readiness services through its channel partners. Availability is planned for the fall.

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