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Soundstation IP 7000

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Soundstation IP 7000

I understand this product is end-of-sale or EOL  - can someone advise where the notice for this is? I have scoured the site and cannot find anything to elude to the fact that it is no longer available? I was looking at Sep19 price list, it is not on there.


This was of no help to me;


Hope someone can help.


With thanks,



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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: Soundstation IP 7000

Hello @YorktelSA_UK ,


Welcome to the Poly Community.


Product EOL information can be accessed via the Self Service > Product End of Life Search on the Support Website (requires login).


We are in the process of updating the information on the support page as well.


Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

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Re: Soundstation IP 7000

Unfortunately, the linked page doesn't show information by product.

There is a search page, but it requires to logon (and community credentials don't work).


Could there be a simpler way to find out  that i.e. IP-7000 is EOS now, and let's say IP-6000 might be/is EOS soon?

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