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Published on May 5th, 2011 | by James Chapman


Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Compatibility with Polycom KIRK

Direct Interoperability with KIRK 50/60/7000 Handsets and the KWS6000

The first-ever professional  multi-cell DECT solution with direct interoperability to Microsoft Lync Server 2010

KIRK Wireless Server 6000

The Polycom KIRK Wireless Server 6000 from Polycom is a scalable IP solution for organisations wanting to give wireless handsets to up to 4096 employees.

It is suited to organisations needing to provide business and mission critical on-site mobile speech and message services around an SME, very large enterprise, or campus type organisation.

The KWS6000 is a wireless handset IP solution which scales up to 4096 handsets and 1024 simultaneous conversations and is easy to install and maintain.

  • Base stations work on PoE
  • No infrastructure cabling – components connect to the existing LAN
  • Works with KIRK enterprise quality handsets
  • Can provide mobile speech services in a satellite office or subsidiay
  • Can cover a large area – supports up to 6 repeaters
  • Provides robust and reliable communications for business and mission critical applications

The KWS6000 is a SIP enabled server.  The wireless link between the handsets and base stations uses DECT protocol thus ensuring highly reliable, robust and secure communications into the VoIP network.  Coverage can be expanded by using KIRK repeaters which provide the flxibility to cope with complex coverage requirements at minimal cost.

The KWS6000 works with all series of KIRK handsets.  KIRK handsets are designed and built for use in the enterprise and are extremely durable unlike consumer-grade phone designs.  There are models suited to all work place environments and with up to a 20 hour talk time handsets can be used for the full working day without needing recharge.


A solution comprises a KWS6000, KIRK Media Resources, base stations and repeaters.  The KWS6000 controls the infrastructure elements and provides 32 speech channels. Each deployed Media Resource adds another 32 speech channels.  Base stations connect directly to the LAN and enable 11 simultaneous conversations in their area of coverage. Up to 31 Media Resources can be connected to a KWS6000.

KWS IP Range

Max Handsets
Wireless Server
600v3 Single Cell
600v3 Multi Cell
Base stations
256 Radio Units
256 Radio Units
Speech paths

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