sence Mobile application, a free-to-download software solution, extends the company’s HD video collaboration technology, built on the RealPresence Platform, beyond the office and conference room to approximately 15 Apple OS X and Android powered smartphones and tablets. The company supports key collaboration features on mobile devices, such as content sharing, far-end camera control, and SmartPairing and Polycom Concierge technologies, which lets users control video meetings with their tablets and transfer a live video call from tablet to big screen with the swipe of a finger, as well as share content stored on the device or pulled from the Web or even the user’s cloud storage location. In addition, the tablet could be used as an electronic whiteboard, as well as for annotation on other content sources – all available for view on the far side if desired. Throughout 2016, the company expects its UC mobility solutions to be deployed on a range of networks and devices to further expand the options for anywhere/anytime video collaboration. UC Platform The company’s UC Platform includes universal collaboration servers, virtualization management (distributed media optimization), resource management, recording and streaming, open APIs and remote access technologies that constitute the RealPresence Platform. The RealPresence Platform is the company’s infrastructure offering for universal video collaboration, powering the company’s HD video solutions. With a set of APIs and deployment options that include software or hardware, on-premises or in the cloud, or in hybrid implementations, the RealPresence Platform brings people face-to-face from anywhere and creates UC environments and collaboration experiences that incorporate HD video, voice, content and Web collaboration, as well as instant messaging, calendaring and emailing. In addition, the open standards-based RealPresence Platform helps ensure the interoperability of various business applications and helps protect customer investments through compatibility with existing and future systems. The RealPresence Platform could be purchased in any combination of hardware appliances, perpetual license software appliances (RealPresence Platform and Virtual Editions), and subscription-based software for virtual machines (RealPresence One). The Polycom components that make up the RealPresence Platform comprise: Polycom RealPresence Collaboration Server (RMX) and RealPresence Collaboration Server, Virtual Edition: The RealPresence Collaboration Server solution provides universal video collaboration or bridging. Universal video collaboration enables multipoint video, voice, and content collaboration regardless of network, protocol, or device. The RealPresence Collaboration Server solutions could be sized to fit the needs of small, medium, or large organizations, supporting the collaboration needs of all customers. Polycom RealPresence Resource Manager and RealPresence Resource Manager, Virtual Edition: The RealPresence Resource Manager system centrally provisions, monitors, and manages the entire video collaboration network. Through provisioning, the RealPresence Resource Manager system automatically configures and maintains various video clients at pre-determined software baselines. This eliminates having various software releases in the field, fixing end-user configuration mismatches, uncertainty about the quality of video being provided, and other typical system management issues. Built-in reports, application dashboards, warning thresholds and alarms, and drill-down tabs ensure that users could instantly access troubleshooting and operational metrics that are available. Polycom RealPresence Virtualization Manager (RealPresence Distributed Media Application (DMA)): The RealPresence DMA system is a network-based virtualization application for managing and distributing calls across collaboration networks. With no single point of failure, the RealPresence DMA solution provides configurations for mission-critical communications. It also provides a single unified dialing plan for video and voice applications across multiple vendors. Virtualization management brings massi
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