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Polycom to Showcase Polycom® RealPresence® Video Collaboration Solutions for Defense and Intelligence Communities at AFCEA West 2013 Conference and Expo, Booth #1821

Polycom (NASDAQ: PLCM)

   
When/Where:

AFCEA West 2013 Conference & Expo
San Diego Convention Center

111 West Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101

January 29-31, 2013

Booth #1812

 
What:

At AFCEA West Conference and Expo 2013, Polycom Inc. (NASDAQ: PLCM), the global leader in open standards-based unified communications and collaboration (UC&C), will showcase its newest HD video, voice, and content sharing capabilities for conference rooms, classrooms, and meeting spaces with the defense and intelligence communities.

 

Polycom will demonstrate its industry leading unified communications software and solutions, including the new Polycom® RealPresence® Group Series, featuring the Polycom UX™, the industry’s best user experience with more than 20 new user innovations and features, including a completely redesigned UI and the industry's most lifelike HD image quality (up to 1080p60 resolution), patent-pending Polycom® SmartPairing™ technology, and innovative, only-from-Polycom video, content sharing, and audio features, all while minimizing IT management and support requirements. The patent-pending Polycom SmartPairing™ technology lets mobile users control video meetings with their tablets and transfer a live video call from their tablet to a big screen with the swipe of a finger, via the Polycom® RealPresence® Mobile application.

 

Polycom’s room video collaboration systems, mobile video applications and desktop video solutions are powered by the Polycom® RealPresence® Platform, the most comprehensive and interoperable software infrastructure for universal HD video collaboration.

 
 
Who:

Government, intelligence and military leaders who need uninterrupted and secure communication for effective and timely decision making.

 

About Polycom Federal:

Polycom’s collaborative conferencing technologies extend the reach of government services to improve performance and mission success so that federal agencies can thrive in the 21st century. The major government agencies depend on Polycom to provide rich, interactive, visual and audio solutions that impact all facets of government so information can be shared, costs reduced, and services delivered when and where they are needed most. Polycom is committed to bringing a secure means to real-time collaborative communications. Polycom solutions address open standards, FIPS 140-2 validation, IPv6 certification, Unified Capabilities Approved Product List (UC APL) certifications from the U.S. Department of Defense, and Type 1 COMSEC. For more information, visit the Polycom Federal Government Solutions page.

About Polycom:

Polycom is the global leader in open standards-based unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) solutions for voice and video collaboration, trusted by more than 415,000 customers around the world. Polycom solutions are powered by the Polycom® RealPresence® Platform, comprehensive software infrastructure and rich APIs that interoperate with the broadest set of communication, business, mobile and cloud applications and devices to deliver secure face-to-face video collaboration in any environment. Polycom and its ecosystem of over 7,000 partners provide truly unified communications solutions that deliver the best user experience, highest multi-vendor interoperability, and lowest TCO. Visit www.polycom.com or connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to learn how we’re pushing the greatness of human collaboration forward.

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