Polycom Distributed Media Application Jamaica NY

Polycom Distributed Media Application (DMA) 7000 is a network-based application that manages and distributes multipoint video calls within an enterprise network environment. According to the company, the DMA 7000 is designed to unify enterprise visual communication infrastructure, improving efficiency, reliability, and performance of video calls and making it easier and more cost-effective for organizations in Jamaica to deliver on-demand vide conferencing services to employees.

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Polycom Distributed Media Application

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Source: PRO AV News Service
Publication date: January 22, 2009

By Pro AV Staff

Polycom's Polycom Distributed Media Application (DMA) 7000 is a network-based application that manages and distributes multipoint video calls within an enterprise network environment. According to the company, the DMA 7000 is designed to unify enterprise visual communication infrastructure, improving efficiency, reliability, and performance of video calls and making it easier and more cost-effective for organizations to deliver on-demand vide conferencing services to employees.

Deployed on application servers, the DMA 7000 manages and distributes video calls in a reliable and scalable method across multiple RMX 2000 media servers, which act as videoconferencing bridges that join multiple sites in the same meeting, connect users on different networks, and optimize the call experience between video endpoints with different capabilities. This distributed network design allows enterprises to connect and utilize main and branch office infrastructure systems as part of a single solution.

According to Polycom officials, the distributed model delivers advantages over the alternative model for high-scale video applications.

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