Poly has launched the Trio C60, a smart conference phone designed to bring people together to collaborate in meeting spaces of any size. #Poly #TrioC60

Global communications company Poly has launched the Trio C60, a smart conference phone designed to bring people together to collaborate in meeting spaces of any size.

The Poly Trio Conferencing Series is flexible and with the introduction of the Trio C60, this goes even further. The Trio C60 can stand on its own as a high-quality conference phone, or, it can be used to control other endpoints like the Poly Studio X Family or G7500. Additionally, the Trio C60 will support a variety of the leading open SIP and UC&C services, allowing for flexibility of platforms without the need for multiple endpoints. This makes it easy for Administrators to standardize on the collaboration experience throughout your organization and also gives you peace of mind that should the organization’s needs change, your endpoints can change with it.

Along with a striking new look, the Trio C60 has a number of key features including:

  • NoiseBlockAI technology which enables speech to flow uninterrupted and delivers native experiences at the touch of a button on its gesture-based touch screen
  • Can be used to control an increasing number of video endpoints, offering a consistent user interface from room to room
  • New hardware and operating system give the Trio C60 up to 4x better performance than its predecessors
  • For wireless deployments, the C60 features 2.4-5GHz WIFI with multiple-in multiple-out (MIMO) — a technique for sending and receiving more than one data signal simultaneously to ensure a more reliable meeting experience over Wi-Fi

 To learn more about the Poly Trio C60,check out this blog

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