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Samsung Galaxy Tab gets an enterprise assist from Polycom | Tech Sanity Check |

November 11, 2010

The biggest surprise with the Apple iPad has been how quickly the enterprise has warmed up to it. One of the iPad’s newest competitors, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, is an Android tablet that has mostly been portrayed as a consumer tablet for surfing web pages, reading e-books, and watching movies.

However, on Tuesday the Galaxy Tab got a shot in the arm for enterprise adoption when Samsung announced a partnership with Polycom to embed Polycom’s voice and video communications technology into the Galaxy Tab. It will be implemented as a Polycom app that will allow the Galaxy Tab to connect to the Polycom video conferencing systems that are widespread across many big companies. The app will also connect to other third party telepresence and video conferencing platforms that use industry standard protocols.

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