Stage 2 Networks Announces Availability of Polycom VVX Business Media Phones
Stage 2 Networks, a provider of cloud communication solutions, recently announced the launch and availability of the Polycom VVX suite of business media phones with person-to- person HD video communication capability. VVX business phones are a part of Stage 2 Networks’ suite of custom on-demand voice2 solutions. The enterprise-grade devices are scalable, integrated, cost-effective next-generation communication systems which have been designed to provide increased line density, better interconnectivity between staff and customer, a offers a plug-and-play module expansion feature as well as enhanced ergonomics, among other benefits.
Tom Faherty chief technology officer at Stage 2 Networks said, “We’ve had the new VVX line in limited deployment for some time now and are very pleased with its capabilities and the feedback from our customers. Our commitment to deliver a comprehensive unified communications (UC) solution to the marketplace is strongly supported by these phones. We are also very excited to now offer simple to use person-to-person HD video calling which looks great at even modest frame rates.”
The VVX suite of feature-rich telephony products comprises Polycom VVX 300 and 310, VVX 400 and 410, VVX 500, VVX 600, and VVX 1500 business media phones. The VXX 300, 310 and 400 models are entry-level phones which offer Polycom HD voice up to 7 kHz on all audio paths, ideal for handling low to moderate volume of calls with 6-12 lines. The VVX 500 and 600 phones deliver advanced desktop productivity with an intuitive UI with tap-and-swipe features.
Joe Gillette, CEO, Stage 2 Networks said, “Our customers trust us to provide them with innovative, affordable and reliable solutions that improve their productivity. With the deployment of the new VVX line we continue our strong partnership with Team Polycom and once again, they do not disappoint.”The phones are also fully integrated with Stage 2’s hosted voice and video platform with HD service through Polycom’s state-of-the-art HD voice; dual port with 10/100/1000 Ethernet capacity; and a 12-key dialpad and select, home, speaker, mute, headset, volume, messages, hold, and transfer keys.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi