This presentation contains an overview of the Polycom and Microsoft Lync Server 2010 portfolio and shows also technical content for the integration of certified IP phones, HDX video conferencing devices and others...
Slide Objective: Explain the Mission, Goals and Non Goals of the Response Group ServiceNotes: The mission of this service is to provide you with a departmental ACD to help you.The second bullet point about voice treatment for unassigned numbers does not connect directly to the mission however it is a key goal for the RGS.The improvements in manageability came from direct feedback we captured around the manageability of RGS in OCS 2007 R2.
*RTV SupportRTV/CCCP will be a CFS option on HDX-HDX 4000:Rev CHDX 6000:SupportedHDX 7000:Rev CHDX 8000:Rev BHDX 9000:HDX 9006 only**In order for HDX to initiate multiparty calls on AV MCU, Polycom Touch Control is required. Conference control including participant mute/unmute and disconnect is not supported in Q2For RMX, RTV’s resource consumption is the same as H.264. CIF: 1, VGA:1.5, and 720pHD: 3MR/EQ presence up to 24 per MCURMX Click-to-conference is done by server side script that forwards MP calls to RMX. Otherwise, click-to-conference and other types of ad hoc multiparty calls are hosted on Microsoft MCU.
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Users can join calls from any type of deviceSIP desktop callers (Microsoft Office Communicator)3rd party endpointsImmersive Telepresence systemsVoice callersISDN callersEveryone sees and hears each other clearly – no gateways, no extra media cards or servers. The administrator can monitor the call and see all the participants. Other than the administrator, no one knows what data rates, resolution or protocol anyone else is using – and no one else cares. They just simply connect.