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Technology has arrived to transform your workplace into a collaboration hub

09 Dec 15

The Polycom® RealPresence Trio™,the first smart hub that transforms Polycom’s iconic three-point phone into a powerful voice, content and video collaboration solution, is now being shipped to this region. Since its unveiling in early October to partners and customers, demand for Polycom RealPresence Trio in ANZ has been strong compared to other Asia Pacific countries.

It’s clear that Polycom RealPresence Trios’ next generation smarthub technology is proving a winning formula for ANZ businesses, both large and small, as they look to create their own workplaces of the future.

“Work” has drastically changed from a place we go to - into something that we do, irrespective of time, location and devices we use. Traditional offices and meeting rooms are giving way to open, team and mobile spaces as well as small/huddle rooms, all of which present challenges for effective collaboration. 

Polycom RealPresence Trio transforms collaboration in any sized room with a powerful audio, video and content sharing experience that is extremely easy to use and deploy. The RealPresence Trio solution, which leverages patented Polycom technologies, including the Polycom® NoiseBlock™ audio technology that eliminates extraneous noises, as well as HD content sharing and video.

Deane Jessep, Practice Manager at New Zealand’s UCFX comments, “The Polycom Trio is nothing short of a game changer for markets like ANZ.  It is a slickly executed successor to the well-known Polycom conference phone and has several expansions to drive its adoption as a complete unified communications end point.”

The RealPresence Trio smart hub is not only easy to use, but also simple to set up and the technology has broad interoperability and deep integration across multiple UC platforms including Skype for Business, Microsoft Lync, Genband and BroadSoft. The high-quality voice of the RealPresence Trio solution has also been certified by Cisco Systems, Inc as being compatible with the Cisco Unified Communications Manager v10.5.

Completely interoperable with the broadest set of ecosystem partners, Trio provides customers the opportunity to build a comprehensive culture of collaboration, making the workplace of the future a reality today. If you would like to find out more about how Polycom RealPresence Trio can help you transform your workplace into a collaboration hub click here.

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