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IGEL, developer of software-defined endpoint optimization and control solutions for enterprises, has announced that it will support a range of Poly headsets. We are talking about both inertia and wired variants.

Poly headsets are therefore supported by the IGEL OS 11 operating system, says Yahoo. Support comes with the wired headsets Blackwire 320 and 325, and Blackwire 5210. In terms of wireless headsets, there is support for Voyager 5200 UC, Voyager Focus UC stereo and Voyager 8200 UC stereo.

IGEL OS 11 is a secure and adaptive operating system with powerful configuration options and control, according to the company itself. The operating system claims to support more remote display protocols and proprietary devices than other solutions. It is therefore specially designed for enterprise access to virtual environments of all types.

IT organizations will also be able to update the firmware of their IGEL-supported poly devices via the IGEL Universal Management Suite (UMS) later this quarter. This smart and secure management platform, which supports various operating systems, databases and directories, makes it possible to manage and control devices from any remote endpoint. IGEL OS 11 is now available.


Poly was founded in March this year and originated from Plantronics and Polycom. The new company focuses on the human experience of communication and collaboration, and wants to make communication via telephone and internet just as rich and natural as a physical conversation.

Poly combines the audio and video expertise of Plantronics and Polycom. It also uses the company’s smart endpoints, which connect UC platforms. In this way, Poly has to reduce problems in the modern working environment – such as distractions, complexity and distance.

In the same month as its creation, Poly also announced integrations with various services from Amazon, Google and Microsoft. These include IP phones with Google Voice certifications and headsets with a built-in function for Amazon Alexa.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.