Local and Centralized Conference Calls

You can set up local or centralized audio and video conferences.

Local conferences require a host phone to process the audio and video of all parties. Alternatively, users can use an external audio bridge, available via a central server, to create a centralized conference call. All Polycom phones support local- and server-based centralized conferencing. Polycom recommends using centralized conferencing for conferences with four or more parties. The availability of centralized conferencing and features can vary by the call platform you use.

VVX phones and SoundStructure VoIP Interface support a maximum of three participants in local conference calling.