Poly Introduces G7500, a Meeting Room Solution for Modern Indian Workplaces

  • The solution is designed for use in both medium and large conference rooms
  • Its targeted users include business leaders, IT and facilities managers, AV specialists and healthcare professionals
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Poly G7500, a video device that combines content collaboration and video conferencing capabilities in one device, is now available in India.

It is being launched by Plantronics, Inc. (“Poly” – formerly Plantronics and Polycom) (NYSE: PLT), a global communications company.

The G7500 integrates advanced audio features, wireless content sharing and Ultra HD 4K video, creating an immersive audio and video experience for mid- to large-sized conference rooms.

It comes with a customizable interface for both touch and non-touch displays as well as secure and guest network capabilities for all connected devices. The G7500 also features infinite white boarding, where users can write content, use the screen as a whiteboard space and capture for later use.

By combining video conferencing and content sharing in one solution, the G7500 empowers multiple attendees to share content – from any device – to make meetings more productive.

In addition, Poly-exclusive innovations such as NoiseBlock and Acoustic Fence ensure minimal audio distractions such as background noise and side conversations while stereo audio provides a premium in-room experience at a distance.

Support for industry standards gives G7500 the flexibility to connect to any cloud-based video platform or ecosystem such as Zoom, Cisco Webex, GoToMeeting, Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business through Polycom’s RealConnect Service.

The solution for connecting remote workers

Pierre-Jean Chalon, Senior Vice President, APAC for Poly said, “Due to the rise in the culture of remote workers, open office floor plans and increasingly global workforce, the way we are collaborating at the workplace has changed significantly. Today’s employees prefer to connect with colleagues over technologies that make their meetings as productive and as in-person as possible.”

“Poly has developed G7500 with these factors in mind – simplicity, clarity and limitless possibility. Your focus stays on the meeting, while our technology steps quietly into the background,” he added.

As per the company, a deployment-friendly architecture makes Poly G7500 simple and cost-effective to install. The device is intended for users, including but not limited to business leaders, IT and facilities managers, AV specialists and healthcare professionals, it said.

Global video conferencing market is booming

The global video conferencing market was valued at $6.43 Billion in 2016 and is anticipated to reach $13.42 Billion by 2023, pointed out Roopam Jain, Industry Director at Frost & Sullivan’s Connected Work practice.

“Enterprises around the world are rapidly investing in video conferencing tools that improve collaboration and productivity for today’s digital workers,” he said.

The Polycom Studio will be available to purchase immediately in India through partners of Poly.