LifeSize Team 220 Receives Microsoft Lync 2010 Qualification
LifeSize is one of the first video conferencing vendors to receive Microsoft Lync 2010 qualification for a video endpoint, broadening the unified communications partnership between Microsoft and LifeSize.
LifeSize Team 220 is one of the first H.264 room–based video endpoints qualified by Microsoft in the Lync 2010 Video Interoperability program, expanding its rich video collaboration offerings through interoperability with Microsoft platforms.
Above: LifeSize Team 220 with LifeSize Phone (2nd Gen) and display showing 4-way multipoint
The entire LifeSize 220 Series, LifeSize Unity Series and LifeSize Passport video systems are fully interoperable with Microsoft Lync, through the LifeSize UVC Video Engine for Microsoft Lync, including registration, presence and click-to-call functionality, enabling HD video collaboration with any Lync enabled computer. Now the LifeSize Team 220, one of the first H.264 room–based video endpoints qualified by Microsoft in the Lync 2010 Video Interoperability program, expands the LifeSize Microsoft Interoperability further.
The integration of LifeSize HD video conferencing products with Microsoft unified communication platforms enables users across the enterprise to seamlessly connect over video from LifeSize systems to the desktop and vice versa. Organizations of all sizes will be able to scale video collaboration capabilities cost-effectively to meet communication and productivity objectives.
LifeSize’s interoperability with Microsoft platforms means that customers can enjoy a variety of communications services—email, video, chat or phone—from one single user interface. Colleagues, customers, partners and other business users can keep in touch with anyone, anywhere, regardless of location—the meeting or conference room, home office or somewhere on the road—from any PC.
LifeSize’s solution qualification means comprehensive support for Microsoft Lync, including support for: