IP5280 Communications, a Denver-based provider of  business voice over IP and unified communications, has unveiled a new suite of video calling services, leveraging Polycom’s video solutions. IP5280’s new IP video services include an upgraded video seat package and new Open-SIP Multipoint Video Bridge, enabling businesses to enjoy the benefits of high-quality VoIP video calls.

“Video services enable businesses to connect with their customers and colleagues on a whole new level. Unfortunately, deploying robust video calling services can be cost prohibitive, especially for a small or medium-size company,” said IP5280 managing co-partner John Scarborough, in a statement. “We partnered with Polycom so IP5280 customers can take advantage of the benefits of video communications – including increased productivity and decreased travel expenditures – without having to sacrifice quality or commit to a significant upfront investment.”

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