Microsoft Integration Polycom W14

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Microsoft Integration Polycom W14

  1. 1. Polycom Solutions For Microsoft® Unified Communications<br />Mike Stacy<br />Microsoft Solutions Architect<br />
  2. 2. Polycom & Microsoft Relationship<br />Strategic Partner<br />Multi-year development and joint marketing agreement with Microsoft’s UC Product Group<br />Only company to currently offer integrated audio and visual communication solutions for Office Communications Server (OCS) 2007<br />Co-development  Interoperability & Integration <br />Three-phase roadmap integrating Polycom visual communication solutions with OCS 2007<br />Leading ODM Partner<br />CX Family of Phones for Microsoft OCS 2007 VoIP available<br />Future plans include “Polycom Differentiated” Phones<br />
  3. 3. HDX<br />RMX<br />But first…what are these Polycom products?<br />6000/7000/8000<br />Typical Use<br />4000 - Personal<br />Special Use<br />9000<br />Conference Room View<br />2000<br />4000<br />
  4. 4. Three Phase Video Integration forOffice Communications Server 2007<br />Full Production Release – Includes support for<br />OCS 2007 R2, OCS Enterprise Edition, Expanded Configuration with load balancer support<br />Microsoft TLS and Dual Stack support on HDX <br />Presence and point-to-point calling between Polycom HDX (HDX) and Microsoft Office Communicator (OC)<br />“Companion HDX” support – Call forking to HDX and OC endpoints registered to single user<br />Meet-me conferencing on Polycom RMX 2000 – Multi-party A/V conferencing support covering OC, HDX, standards-based H.323 and PSTN endpoints; with continuous presence and transcoding<br />Polycom Immersive Telepresence (RPX/TPX) interoperability – Telepresence end users connect with remote OC participants using optional VNOC services<br />Phase 1<br />(2009)<br />
  5. 5. OC To OC (Native Microsoft Experience)<br />
  6. 6. OC To Polycom HDX SIP Endpoint<br />OC client sees presence and availability ofHDX group system and can click to call<br />
  7. 7. Companion HDX <br />
  8. 8. HDX – Companion Mode and Call Forking<br />In companion mode, HDX can register to the same account as the user’s MOC account<br />All OCS devices registered to the same user will ring simultaneously (Call Forking)<br />
  9. 9. OCS clients can see HDX systems in their contact list with presence information.<br />HDX systems can also see MOC clients in it’s directory with presence<br />Real-time presence indicators – automatically updated<br />When registered to OCS, HDX will change its presence icons to match the OCS icons<br />HDX will map the 14 possible OCS presence states into the 6 common and easy to understand OCS indicators<br />HDX – MS Enhanced Presence<br />Offline<br />Do Not Disturb<br />Available<br />Away<br />Busy<br />Presence Unknown<br />
  10. 10. When to use which video endpoint<br />CX5000 (Roundtable)<br />Collaborative meeting spaces<br />Informal table settings<br />Possibly no central display/projector<br />All/most attendees have laptops<br />All/most other participants are at their desks<br />HDX<br />Larger rooms<br />Higher quality is required/preferred<br />More interactive settings<br />Interaction with H.323 required<br />Users generally don’t bring/connect laptops<br />Full Screen video + full screen content<br />
  11. 11. Calling RMX Virtual Conference Rooms from MOC<br />Legacy H.323<br />OC Clients<br /> HDX Users<br />With RMX, all users can see and hear each other, with full transcoding<br />OC clients right click and ‘Start Video’ to establish a video call to the virtual conference room<br />
  12. 12. Configuration and Traffic Flow Overview<br />user@company.com<br />Media is established between MOC & RMX<br />Video call to “IT War Room”<br />Sip:1000@rmx.company.com<br />OCS routes SIP to rmx.company.com<br />rmx.company.com<br />Install certificate: CN=rmx.company.com<br />SIP Server: pool01.company.com<br />Connection Type: TLS<br />pool01.company.com<br />Routing domain: rmx.company.com<br />Target FQDN: rmx.company.com<br />Connection Type: TLS (preferred)<br />
  13. 13. New Microsoft Integration Features in 2010<br />MS Enhanced Presence<br />Allows Office Communicator clients to see HDX systems in their contact list with presence information.<br />HDX now uses the same presence icons as OCS<br />Contact Groups<br />See your OCS contact list groups in the HDX directory<br />Multipoint Group Calling<br />Initiate a multipoint call with a single click from the HDX<br />Calls all participants within a group using the HDX internal MCU<br />SRTP and SDES key exchange<br />Provides support for encrypted calls in an OCS environment.<br />MS Enhanced Presence<br />Allows Office Communicator clients to see HDX systems in their contact list with presence information.<br />HDX now uses the same presence icons as OCS<br />Contact Groups<br />See your OCS contact list groups in the HDX directory<br />SRTP and SDES key exchange<br />Provides support for encrypted calls in an OCS environment.<br />Calendaring<br />Exchange Web Services integration for easy scheduling<br />Outlook integration<br />April<br />April<br />June<br />NDA Updates<br />W14 Support<br />Other NDA Updates<br />Q4<br />
  14. 14. Polycom Conferencing for Outlook (PCO)<br />Mike Stacy<br />Microsoft Solutions Architect<br />
  15. 15. Polycom Conferencing for Outlook (PCO)<br />What is it?<br />It the integration of Polycom video conferencing systems with Outlook, Communicator and Microsoft Exchange<br />What does it do?<br />It allows users to schedule meetings and reserve room systems using Outlook<br />It adds on screen real-time calendar function for the HDX, making it much easier to join meetings<br />Why would you want it?<br />To ease the scheduling of conference and meeting rooms<br />To provide easy joining of scheduled conferences using the HDX or Office Communicator<br />
  16. 16. Using Outlook to Schedule a Polycom Video Meeting<br />One click to add conferencing to a meeting<br />Meshes with existing workflow<br />No need to remember numbers or settings<br />Fully customizable<br />
  17. 17. PCO: Single Click to Join the Meeting from PC<br />PC users can simply click the link to join from Microsoft Office Communicator<br />
  18. 18. HDX Smart Rooms<br />Rooms now display daily calendar from Exchange<br />Immediately know if room is available<br />Enhances room experience<br />Makes video more approachable<br />Join a meeting with one click<br />No more fumbling for numbers<br />Reminders for upcoming meetings<br />Easy to join from room system or software client<br />
  19. 19. Demonstration<br />
  20. 20. Questions?<br />

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