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Sound point 650 mean have lync2013 qualified, what that mean ?

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Sound point 650 mean have lync2013 qualified, what that mean ?

Sound point 650 mean have lync2013 qualified, what that mean ? but CX serial phone have  phone for use with
Microsoft® Lync.

 

There have two statement, what difference? CX seires can register and make call normally like a lync client? but Sound point have lync qualified,  what that mean? it still can sip register to lync and make rich lync feature?

 

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Re: Sound point 650 mean have lync2013 qualified, what that mean ?

Hello fds,

 

the Polycom CX phone range Microsoft optimized devices. These devices reference design and software application is developed by Microsoft.

 

The Polycom Voice & Business Phones are Microsoft Qualified Devices. These phones running on LYNC compatible Polycom UC Software are tested to provide interoperability and quality of experience on Lync without gateways.

 

This Microsoft program qualifies Polycom developed and designed IP phones that interoperate with LYNC based on a combination of publicly available Windows Protocols (WSPP) and Microsoft Office Protocols.

 

Please ensure to check the release notes, the UCS Admin Guide and the LYNC deployment guide which are all available from our support platform.

 

Best Regards

 

Steffen Baier




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