Skype and Lync test specifications for USB peripherals, PCs, and Lync room systems
Use the following table to find the specifications that describe the unified Skype and Lync requirements for USB peripherals, PCs, and Lync room systems.
The following table lists the Skype specifications to follow for USB peripherals, PCs, and Skype room systems prior to the Unified Specifications introduced in September 2014.
The following table lists the Lync specifications to follow for USB peripherals, PCs, and Lync room systems prior to the Unified Specifications introduced in September 2014.
|Revision A||July 2009||Provided under NDA only|
|Revision B||November 2009||Provided under NDA only|
|Revision C||April 2010||Provided under NDA only|
|Revision D||October 2010||LyncLogoRevD.zip|
|Revision E||April 2011||LyncLogoRevE.zip|
|Revision F||October 2011||LyncLogoRevF.zip|
|Revision G||August 2012||LyncLogoRevG_H264Encoding.zip|
Test tools and white papers for Skype and Lync logo qualification
Use the following table to find the tools for testing USB peripherals, PCs, and Lync Room Systems, for Skype and Lync qualification.
|v2.1||Video TMT 2.1 for Skype||The Video TMT 2.1 for Skype tool provides a graphical user interface for running the video test cases in the Skype and Lync Video Capture Specification.|
|v1.5||Skype Certification Video Analyzer||The SCVA provides a graphical user interface for running the video test cases described in the Skype Certification Video Test Specification.|
|v1.0||Lync and Skype Audio Offloading of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Effects in Windows 8.1||This white paper outlines the steps to be followed by providers of APO, driver-level, or firmware-level effects who would like Skype and Lync to use their processing by opening the audio stream in default mode.|
If you are a vendor seeking to join the certification program, see How to Join for requirements and available programs.
View the Microsoft Teams devices store to see products certified for Skype for Business.