Polycom announced availability of the Polycom RMX 2000 real-time media conferencing platform use for multipoint video (multiple locations on a single call) as well as unified conferencing (video, voice, and content all on a single call) services within enterprises and through service provider IP networks. The RMX 2000 conferencing platform can support both room video conferencing systems as well as desktop video collaboration, on-demand or instantaneous (rather than scheduled) conferencing, and high-bandwidth, processing-intensive applications such as high definition (HD) video and telepresence.
This system is built on a Telecom Computing Architecture (AdvancedTCA). It is optimized for use on IP networks and is designed so that it’s easy for customers to use, and easy for IT managers to configure, install, manage, service, and administer through installation wizards, automated system surveillance, pre-defined profiles, and standard web interfaces. The RMX 2000 has an open architecture and is based on industry standards.
The Polycom RMX 2000 real-time media conferencing platform is built on a Linux operating system and offers a standard XML API for using value-added or third party conferencing applications.
The Polycom RMX 2000 is priced starting at $53,000.