Teams integration with Polycom & cisco Video Conferencing system




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best response confirmed by bhavindoshi (Microsoft)

@bhavindoshi  You can configure the Polycom Trio system to run Microsoft Teams in Shared mode with the integrated Microsoft Teams user interface.


Also, you can find more details on Setting up Cloud Video Interop for Microsoft Teams with Cisco or Poly and some other major VTC in this Microsoft Docs;


please reply and response if that is works best for you.





Does Microsoft Teams also support Panasonic Video Conference System? If yes kindly share steps and license needed. 


Thank you!

@Mary_Yvette  great to hear back from you please find the link below for the list of Approve room devices and again as it is work in progress it will be updated and more will be added as soon as they get all the features currently as of today we have 33 different room devices that could be used.


Besides, you can find the list of other Hardware products that could be used with Microsoft teams;



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Thanks for this! What license for Teams is needed for this to work?

@Mary_Yvette  Your Microsoft Teams Rooms account does require at a minimum a Skype for Business Online (Plan 2) license, but it does not require an Exchange Online license. See Microsoft Teams Rooms licenses for details.


More details on this Docs....

Also for Avaya endpoints you can use a simple solution called XT2USB.
Microsoft Teams works with Avaya Scopia XT4200, XT4300, XT5000 and XT7100.
Works perfectly and is easy to install. You can also use it with other third party solutions.