Polycom Trio users can now join Videxio-powered meetings in a single click
Oslo, Norway, 18th February 2019
Pexip, a leading provider of flexible video-based collaboration offerings, today announced that Polycom Trio users can join its service-based meetings in a single click. With Pexip’s cloud videoconferencing service, Videxio, and award-winning videoconferencing devices from Polycom, which was recently acquired by Plantronics, users can easily communicate with contacts both inside and outside their organizations through true interoperability. This builds on Videxio’s existing support for Polycom videoconferencing systems including the Debut, HDX and Group series.
The Trio is used by more than 57 percent of Fortune 100 companies and is highly rated amongst customers for its high audio and video quality. Pexip and Plantronics customers will now be able to use Polycom Trios registered to the Videxio service to join meetings in a single tap. The Trio has a tight Skype for Business integration, but now users will be able to talk to anyone - Skype for Business user or not - with their device. They can also make point-to-point calls to SIP, H.323 and Skype for Business addresses. Polycom Trio registration leverages the Videxio service’s global video network, ensuring the best quality and lowest latency calls worldwide.
“We are delighted that this cooperation lets us provide a high-quality video experience for our mutual customers. With the certification of Polycom Trio for the Videxio service, customers can extend their Videxio meetings into the conference room with confidence that the solution is supported by both companies,” said Nia Celestin, Senior Product Marketing Manager Cloud at Plantronics.
“With this cooperation, customers can access Pexip’s reliable and easy-to-use Videxio cloud video service, and Plantronics powerful group video solutions, now including the highly popular Trio series. We view this as a win for both sets of customers,” said Tom-Erik Lia, CCO at Pexip.
Pexip enables enterprises and organizations of any size to deploy and use video-based communication and collaboration. The Company’s portfolio of products ranges from self-hosted software to cloud service video solutions. Pexip provides seamless collaboration between previously incompatible video and audio technologies such as professional video conferencing systems, Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts Meet, and WebRTC. Pexip’s software-based meeting platform can also be used as a foundation for service provider offerings. Pexip has HQ in Oslo, Norway, main offices in London, UK, New York and Reston, US and Sydney, Australia, as well as sales offices across the globe.
About Polycom, Inc.
Polycom helps organizations unleash the power of human collaboration. More than 400,000 companies and institutions worldwide defy distance with secure video, voice and content solutions from Polycom to increase productivity, speed time to market, provide better customer service, expand education and save lives. Polycom and its global partner ecosystem provide flexible collaboration solutions for any environment that deliver the best user experience, the broadest multi-vendor interoperability and unmatched investment protection. Visit www.polycom.com or connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to learn more.
Plantronics is an audio pioneer and a leader in the communications industry. Plantronics technology creates rich, natural, people-first audio and collaboration experiences so good ideas can be shared and heard—wherever, whenever and however they happen. The company’s portfolio of integrated communications and collaboration solutions spans headsets, software, desk phones, audio and video conferencing, analytics and services. Our solutions are used worldwide by consumers and businesses alike and are the leading choice for every kind of workspace. For more information visit plantronics.com.
For further details:
Gillian Dalslaaen, VP of Marketing, Pexip
Email and video: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shannon Shamoon, Manager, Corporate Communications, Plantronics