The Polycom DMA 7000 provides a foundation for delivering widely-adopted conferencing solutions within enterprise and service provider environments. By simplifying conference management and accelerating ROI, the resilient and highly scalable Polycom DMA 7000 leverages its powerful application and media server resources to deliver powerfully customizable collaboration applications. Designed on dual application servers, databases and distributed port utilization, the Polycom DMA 7000 utilizes advanced routing policies to distribute audio and video calls to multiple media servers and automatically circumvent bridge issues, network outages and downtime typical of traditional upgrade or maintenance exercises.
Through centralized administration and provisioning, the Polycom DMA 7000 manages port allocation and usage across multiple media servers as a single seamless resource pool. The DMA 7000's rack and stack approach enables resources such as new media servers to be added, changed, or removed on the fly, without impacting the end user experience.
The Polycom DMA 7000 is the redundant front-end to the RMX series media servers, each of which deliver the scalability required for complex audio and video conferencing requirements.Redundant system elements range from hot-swappable ATCA components in the media servers to dual application servers for routing, call control and databases. The result is no single point of failure or downtime during modifications, adds, and upgrades.
Intelligent algorithms enable the Polycom DMA 7000 to dynamically route media server ports to the most efficient server and allocate the correct resources in real time. By eliminating wasted resources for no-show conferences and load balancing to maximize utilization from every port, the Polycom DMA 7000 ensures core elements of the conferencing infrastructure operate at optimal efficiency and provide uninterrupted service to end users.
The Polycom DMA 7000 centralizes administration, call logging and port utilization monitoring. Conferences and user accounts are automatically assigned using the enterprise Active Directory database without a requirement for provisioning against individual bridges, enabling simplified management and data centralization.