Poly has announced its new videoconferencing solution. It’s the G7500, which integrates advanced audio features with wireless content sharing and Ultra HD 4K video. The device is available immediately.
The 4K content and collaboration is at the heart of the experience for G7500, thanks to a customisable interface for both touch and normal screens. Secure and guest network functions are also available for all connected devices. The G7500 also includes infinite whiteboarding, which allows users to write over content, use the screen as a whiteboard and capture all the notes for later use.
With the G7500, multiple users can share content from any device, making meetings more productive. Teams can share ideas and express themselves clearly thanks to rich visuals and detailed audio, says Poly. The improvements and capabilities of the G7500 will dramatically improve the quality of our surgical education and training program. The 4K resolution brings us a step closer to reality, as if you were really looking through the eyes of a surgeon,” says ENT doctor Professor Dr. Wilko Grolman.
The G7500 features Poly-Exclusive innovations such as NoiseBlock and Acoustic Fence. This should reassure the user that there are as few audio distractions as possible, such as background noise and side calls. Stereo audio should provide a premium in-room experience, even from a distance.
Connecting to video platforms
The G7500 is aimed at business leaders, IT and facility managers, AV specialists and healthcare professionals. However, the device can be used by anyone. It offers the option to connect to any cloud-based video platform or ecosystem – for example Zoom, Cisco Webex or Microsoft Teams – via the RealConnect Service from Polycom. The deployment-friendly architecture should also make it easy and cost-efficient to install.
The Poly G7500 is now available in North America and Europe. Later this year the device will also be shipped to other countries.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.