Polycom unveils RealPresence Mobile 3.0 and RealPresence Desktop 3.0

13th June 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, June 13, 2013: Polycom an unified communications and collaboration (UC&C), today launched Polycom RealPresence Mobile 3.0 and Polycom RealPresence Desktop 3.0, video collaboration software applications for mobile devices and personal computers. The new versions include enhanced content-sharing capabilities and support across more devices from companies including Apple, LG, Samsung and Sony. RealPresence Mobile 3.0 and RealPresence Desktop 3.0 video collaboration software are powered by the Polycom RealPresence Platform,  interoperable, secure and comprehensive software infrastructure for universal video collaboration. The updates were announced at InfoComm 2013, in Orlando, Florida.

A.E. Natarajan, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Engineering, Polycom, said, “Organisations expect a great collaboration experience, whether they’re at headquarters, at home, with a customer or on the road – or for that matter in a school, a hospital, a court room, or a manufacturing plant. Polycom is focused on delivering solutions that make it incredibly easy for anyone to collaborate via video regardless of device or environment. Today’s enhancements to our mobile and desktop software solutions represent another step forward to drive our vision to make video collaboration ubiquitous, enabling more organisations and users to reap the benefits of face-to-face collaboration.”

Extending HD Video and Content Collaboration to More Smartphones and Tablets

Ability to share various file formats – for a more engaging video collaboration experience, iPad users can now capture and share images, live web content and content files – including .jpg, .png, html pages, PDF, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word documents – that are stored on the device or in a popular cloud storage service

Support on more mobile devices –The latest upgrade includes support for the newest devices from Apple, LG (Optimus G Pro), Samsung (GALAXY S4), and Sony (Xperia ZL and Xperia Z)

HD Video Collaboration from Personal Computers

Polycom RealPresence Desktop 3.0 software is an affordable, enterprise-quality video collaboration application for Windows and Mac-based laptops and PCs. The solution, which includes layout enhancements to the intuitive user interface, extends the benefits of Polycom RealPresence video collaboration from the office desk to the home or wherever a user travels when on the go. With RealPresence Desktop 3.0, the solution is now available to work on Macs with support for Apple Mac OS X.

RealPresence Mobile 3.0 and RealPresence Desktop 3.0 also include support for SVC, delivering 3X HD multi-point video capacity for greater scalability, dramatically lower TCO, and superior performance.


The RealPresence Mobile 3.0 software application for smartphones and tablets will be available in July as a free download from the Apple AppStore and from Google Play. Polycom RealPresence Desktop 3.0 for Apple Mac OS X and Windows will also be available in July. RealPresence Mobile and RealPresence Desktop are compatible with Polycom RealPresence CloudAXIS Suite. Availability of RealPresence CloudAXIS Suite to enterprise customers began March 31.


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