These days, if a piece of technology does just one thing, we think it is antiquated. The issue is, that when something tries to do many things, it oftentimes ends up failing at its most basic tasks. The Polycom Trio manages to avoid this dilemma and do three things perfectly at the same time. Bloody well, if I may say so myself.
Great, so you’ve told us about this great solution, but what exactly does it do?
The Polycom Trio
With the Trio 8500, Polycom has fused your everyday conference phone with a powerful smartphone. In doing so, they made a formidable conferencing machine, that covers all the bases. From a small Huddle space to a large conference room. The Trio allows for complete control of your tele and video conferencing meeting.
So, Tell Me A Bit More About It
First off, Polycom is renowned for having unbelievably clear audio, this means a rich audio experience. They have taken this experience and have made it. This includes a microphone with 360-degree room coverage. With up to 14-feet of microphone pickup and an optional expansion wired microphone.
Instead of the classic analog display of an ordinary conference phone. The Trio has a gesture-based multitouch display. This makes your conference experience more similar to the what you’re used to on your smartphone.
Through the Polycom, interface, users are able to schedule a meeting and add to the onboard calendar. It works brilliantly with Zoom of Skype for business and can display using the interface you are used toThe Polycom Trio can be integrated as an accessory into Polycom’s own GroupSeries software. This allows the trio to be part of an overall communication and collaboration environment. This setup includes HD cameras, an easy to use user interface and can allow for room expansion by adding dual monitors.
Give Us A Call
With so many conferencing solutions on the market, we understand that picking the best one for your office can be daunting. That is why we are there to answer any questions you may have on the Polycom Trio 8500 or any other solution. So, please give us a call at 213-493-6473 or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org