Make it feel like everyone's together in the same room. The Polycom conference phone collection is the standard because they deliver the clearest sound to every participant, in every location. Our advanced audio and teleconference technology allows each conference phone to intelligently adapt to different room environments. Now everyone can hear and be heard, even when more than one person talks at a time. You'll eliminate confusion and enhance productivity. Not a single word—or opportunity—gets missed.
The Polycom Difference
Patented acoustic technologies: Enterprise-grade audio quality lets everyone contribute and be heard in every conversation.
Investment protection: Enjoy broad interoperability with both analog phones and today's leading IP telephony platforms, including Broadsoft, Microsoft Lync and Skype for Business.
Specialized conference call equipment: Quickly and easily customize your systems to meet your specific needs.
Audio innovations: Constant improvement and innovation help you continuously enhance your voice conferencing experience.
A Family of Solutions
Analog Conference phones: The world's best-selling models deployed on the global public switched telephone network (PSTN).
VoIP Conference phones – Models optimized to run on current and emerging IP networks.
Microsoft Conference phones: The only group conference call systems qualified for Skype for Business and Microsoft Lync deployments.
USB Speakerphones: Simple, versatile solutions for communications on the go.
Whether your conference rooms use analog lines today or you've already migrated to Voice over IP (VoIP) telephony, the Polycom SoundStation Duo phone delivers exceptional deployment flexibility for small and midsize rooms.
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Every room has it own audio profile. Our Installed Audio Solutions deliver consistent,
life-like HD audio – even in complex locations like boardrooms and auditoriums. Everyone
can hear, from the first row to the last.