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Polycom Competitive Q1 08

  1. 1. Polycom Competitive Q1 08
  2. 2. Polycom Competitive Objectives Polycom Solution vs. LifeSize Polycom Solution vs. LifeSize Solution HDX 9000 vs. ?? HDX 8000 vs. LifeSize Room HDX 7000 vs. LifeSize TeamMP/Express HDX 4000 vs. ??? Media Center/Exec collection vs. ??? confidential
  3. 3. Polycom Solution vs. Competitors
  4. 4. Polycom Video Solution 6 Voice, Video Endpoints & 1 TelePresence Partner Integration 2 Conference Bridge Management & Video Recording, Streaming & 3 Scheduling Content Management Security & NAT/FW 4 5 Traversal confidential
  5. 5. Polycom Video Product Overview: 1 Professional Performance Mainstream Entry Office RealPresence™ HDX 8000 HDX7000 HDX 4000 (RPX & TPX) VSX 8000 VSX 7000e VSX 5000 VSX 3000 HDX 9000 VSX 7000s V500 VSX 6000 V700 confidential
  6. 6. Polycom Network Infrastructure Overview: Conference Management & Recording, Streaming Security-Firewall Bridges Scheduling & Content Traversal 2 3 4 5 RMX 2000 ReadiManager SE200 VMC 1000 V2IU MGC 100 RSS 2000 MGC 50 MGC 25 Polycom Collaboration Integration: 6 confidential
  7. 7. Not Supported LifeSize Solution Overview Partial Support Supported HD Voice, HD Video, HD Content 1 Tips and Traps: LifeSize provides 3 mid to low end HD codecs, No integrator solution, No stereo audio, No Packet Loss Recovery. Conference Bridge 2 Tips and Traps: NO MCU bridge only internal MCU of endpoints, partners with Codian before the Tandberg acquisition Management & Scheduling Application 3 Tips and Traps: The LifeSize Control is a software based, NO appliance solution, NO IBM Notes integration Recording, Streaming and Content Management 4 Tips and Traps: NO recording, streaming and content services Conferencing Network Security Solutions 5 Tips and Traps: The LifeSize Transit is limited Paradial Firewall / NAT OEM product Enterprise Collaboration Integration 6 Tips and Traps: No LifeSize collaboration integration confidential
  8. 8. Wainhouse 2007 evaluation of HD Video Conferencing Three Leading Contenders Face Off - October 2007 Web Link : http://www.wrplatinum.com/Content.aspx?CID=7951 confidential
  9. 9. Polycom HDX 9000 #1 HD Video conferencing codec by Wainhouse Research Polycom UltimateHD HD Voice – Acoustic Clarity – Wide band High Fidelity – Polycom 22 kHz StereoSurround™ HD Video – 720p video – H.264 Standard-Based – Multiple HD Sources – Performance Eagle Eye Camera – AES Encryption HD Content Polycom HDX 9000 – H.239 Standard Based – Full-Motion HD Dual Streams – Movies, Pictures, Documents – People On Content & People + Content IP Professional IO – 4 Video Outputs – 5 Video Inputs – 4 Digital Mic Array – 3 In & 2 Out Phoenix Audio – 1G/100/10 LAN LifeSize has NO integrator’s solution confidential
  10. 10. Polycom HDX 8000 Polycom UltimateHD HD Voice – Acoustic Clarity – Wide band High Fidelity – Polycom 22 kHz StereoSurround™ HD Video – 720p video – H.264 Standard-Based Polycom HDX 8000 – Multiple HD Sources – Performance Eagle Eye Camera – AES Encryption HD Content – H.239 Standard Based – Full-Motion HD Dual Streams – Movies, Pictures, Documents – People On Content Professional IO – 2 Video Outputs – 3 Video Inputs – 4 Digital Mic Array – 3 In & 2 Out Audio – 1G/100/10 LAN confidential
  11. 11. Polycom HDX 8000 vs. LifeSize Room No StereoSurround Audio Not a full range of Audio’s Highs, Meds & Lows Only supports 16:9 format (No 4:3 support) No current support for H.261 video Limited H.263 support (No 4CIF, 4SIF, SIF, QCIF SQIF or Annexes support) Camera is slow to focus when moving and has limited presets Polycom HDX 8000 No Loss Packet Recovery technology confidential
  12. 12. HDX 8004 vs. LifeSize Room / Team / Express HDX 8002 HDX 8004 Room Max data rates H.323 2 Mbps (*4Mbps) 4 Mbps 5 Mbps SIP 2 Mbps (*4Mbps) 4 Mbps 5 Mbps ISDN 2 Mbps 2 Mbps No Content sharing H.239 Yes – PC or MAC Yes – PC or MAC Yes P+C IP Yes Yes No POC Yes Yes No Audio 22kHz Yes Yes No StereoSurround Yes Yes No Video 1280x720 resolution Yes Yes Yes 30fps (108k macroblocks/sec) Yes Yes Yes Camera Video Quality Full Motion Full Motion Tiling Motion, True colors True colors Focus Issues, Reddish colors, Zoom 12x 12x 4x Int. Multipoint @ 4 x 1,288 kbps 4 x 1,288 kbps 6 x 833 kbps 4 X 1,250 KBPS Bandwidth 4CIF (SD) Up to 960Kbps Up to 960Kbps Up to 960Kbps HD 1 – 2 or 4Mbps 1 – 4Mbps 1 – 5Mbps Lost Packet Recovery Yes Yes No IO/Backpanel In 3 (2HD, 1SD) 4 (3HD, 1SD) 5 (3HD, 2SD) Out 2 (1HD, 1SD) 3 (2HD, 1SD) 3 (2HD, 1SD) confidential
  13. 13. HDX 8000 vs. LifeSize Room / Team Input is standards based DVI-I output capable of capable of YPbPr, DVI HDMI, DVI, VGA & YPbPr Composite S-Video (digital and analog signal) Input is a proprietary VGA output capable of connection only the VGA & YPbPr LifeSize Camera (NO digital signal) confidential
  14. 14. Polycom HDX 7000 Polycom UltimateHD HD Voice – Acoustic Clarity – Wide band High Fidelity – Polycom 22 kHz StereoSurround™ HD Video – 720p video – H.264 Standard-Based – Multiple HD Sources – Performance Eagle Eye Camera Polycom HDX 7000 – AES Encryption HD Content – H.239 Standard Based – Full-Motion HD Dual Streams – Movies, Pictures, Documents – People On Content Professional IO – 2 Video Outputs – 3 Video Inputs – 4 Digital Mic Array – 3 In & 2 Out Audio – 1G/100/10 LAN confidential
  15. 15. Polycom HDX 7000 vs. LifeSize Team/Express No StereoSurround Audio Not a full range of Audio’s Highs, Meds & Lows LifeSize Only supports 16:9 format Team/Express (No 4:3 support) No current support for H.261 video Limited H.263 support (No 4CIF, 4SIF, SIF, QCIF SQIF or Annexes support) Camera is slow to focus when moving and has limited presets Polycom HDX 7000 No Loss Packet Recovery technology confidential
  16. 16. HDX 7000 vs. LifeSize Room / Team / Express HDX 7002 HDX 7001 Team Express Max data rates H.323 2 Mbps 2 Mbps 2.5 Mbps 1.5 Mbps SIP 2 Mbps 2 Mbps 2.5 Mbps 1.5 Mbps ISDN 2 Mbps 2 Mbps No No Content sharing H.239 Yes – PC or MAC Yes – PC or MAC Yes Yes P+C IP Yes Yes No No Audio 22kHz Yes Yes No No StereoSurround Yes Yes No No Video 1280x720 resolution Yes Yes Yes Yes 30fps (108k macroblocks/sec) Yes Yes Yes Yes Camera Video Quality Full Motion Full Motion Tiling Motion, Tiling Motion, True colors True colors Focus Issues, Focus Issues, Reddish colors, Reddish colors, Zoom 12x 12x 4x 4x Int. Multipoint @ 4 x 1,288 kbps 4 x 1,288 kbps No & Yes with MP No Bandwidth 4CIF (SD) Up to 960Kbps Up to 2 Mbps Up to 960Kbps Up to 960Kbps HD 1 – 2Mbps 1 – 2.5Mbps 1 – 1.5Mbps Lost Packet Recovery Yes Yes No No IO/Back panel In 3 (2HD, 1SD) 3 (2HD, 1SD) 3 (2HD, 1SD) 1 (1HD) Out 3 (2HD, 1SD) 3 (2HD, 1SD) 1 (1HD) 1 (1HD) confidential
  17. 17. HDX 7000 vs. LifeSize Express Input is standards based capable of YPbPr, DVI 1 PC input & 2 Monitor output Composite S-Video 1 VCR/DVD input &output Input is a proprietary 1 Monitor output connection only the 1 PC input LifeSize Camera confidential
  18. 18. Polycom HDX 4000 Polycom UltimateHD HD Voice – Acoustic Clarity – Wide band High Fidelity – Polycom 22 kHz StereoSurround™ HD Video – 720p video – H.264 Standard-Based – Multiple HD Sources Polycom HDX 4000 – Performance Eagle Eye Camera – AES Encryption – (LPR) Loss Packet Recovery HD Content – H.239 Standard Based – Full-Motion HD Dual Streams – Movies, Pictures, Documents – People On Content – People + Content IP LifeSize has NO Desktop Video conferencing product confidential
  19. 19. HDX Media Center/Exec collection vs. LifeSize LifeSize has NO Furniture, Wall Mount or Plasma solutions confidential
  20. 20. Thank You If you require other competitive information please contact Clint Anderson at canderson@polycom.com
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