Telepresence & Video Education Center

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Telepresence and video clearly offer many benefits. They include faster and better decisions, reduced costs, improved business continuity, environmental compliance, and people spending less time in transit and more time focused on satisfying customer needs.

Yet to choose the right solution, you want to assess your organization’s specific needs to ensure it rapidly achieves ROI and widespread adoption of the technology.

Questions to consider include:

  • Who will be using video: headquarters staff, branch offices, remote workers, partners, customers?
  • How will you use video: for group interactions, one-on-one conversations, training sessions, or multiple uses?
  • Where will you use video: in large conference rooms, in small meeting rooms, in lecture halls, on user desktops, in home offices, on notebook PCs?
  • What quality of experience do users expect: high definition video and audio, traditional conference style, Web cams?
  • Will you share content, and if so, what type: spreadsheets, detailed schematics, full motion graphics, or more?
  • Most importantly, how can you ensure the investments you make today will still be of value tomorrow?

Fortunately, making the case for deploying telepresence and video solutions in your organization is easier than ever. The tools on this page ensure you pair your immediate applications and long-term requirements with the right Polycom solution.

Secure Video Conferencing

Polycom is committed to offering and enabling secure video conferencing for organizations in all industries and vertical markets.


 720p/30fps HD

 720p/60fps HD

 1080p HD

 Standard broadcast quality

 Vivid and natural motion

 Crisp, highly fluid motion handling

 Highest quality, sharp natural video

Basic video communication and content sharing

Project meetings, weekly meetings, regular video communications

Client meetings, executive briefings, board meetings, high quality content sharing

Surgery and medical education, large auditorium meetings, broadcast applications