The Polycom SoundStation is designed for small to mid size conference rooms that use analog lines or Voice over IP (VoIP) telephony.
Company said the SoundStation series of audio conferencing solutions delivers twice the clarity of ordinary phone calls thanks to patented Polycom technology like HD Voice, Polycom Acoustic Clarity and Dynamic Noise Reduction.
With Polycom SoundStation customers can also have panoramic microphone coverage to highlight the voice of the person speaking.
Additionally, it allows connecting the mobile phone and call contacts direct from the phonebook.
Company officials said customers can have shorter and productive meetings as there are no echoes, dropouts or feedback; interactive two way conversation makes discussions feel natural.
Also, Advanced Voice over IP (VoIP) support, wireless technology, USB-based solutions, and flexible configuration options for any room type or telephony environment (new models) are some other benefits.
The company has now passed 25 years in the industry.
“Polycom’s legacy has been built upon the reliability and quality of our conference phones, which have set the standard in audio conferencing worldwide,” said Geoff Thomas, president, Polycom Asia Pacific.
According to a research released in February by ABI Research, Cisco, Polycom and Avaya face stagnant growth till 2020 in the enterprise videoconferencing market.
The report said consumer videoconferencing is continuing to see strong growth, with products like Skype, ooVoo, and Google Hangouts expanding their user base.
Meanwhile in January, Polycom announced audio and video innovations to aid enterprises. The new Polycom NoiseBlock technology eliminates noises such as paper shuffling, crinkling food wrappers and keyboard typing from interrupting conversations.