By Spencer Feingold

The electronics company Plantronics, which made headsets for the astronauts aboard the first mission to the moon, announced it was rebranding itself as Poly. The change comes less than a year after the company acquired the communications tech firm Polycom for $2 billion.

“We literally have it all, and it was a great time to relaunch the brand,” Joe Burton, Poly’s president and CEO, told Cheddar in an interview Monday.

Poly ($PLT) offers a wide range of business communication technology, including headsets, phones, and video conferencing technology.

“We are the comprehensive company delivering every piece of technology you need to for a work space,” Burton said.

Poly aims to provide customers with audio and video services that unify communications across platforms using cloud computing and Bluetooth technology to ensure the communication services “never let you down in the office, on the go, or at home,” Burton said.

Along with the rebranding, Poly announced several new products, including the Eagle Eye Cube, a video conference camera with 4,000 sensors to increase image quality; the Plantronics Status Indicator, which alerts coworkers to see each others availability; and the Blackwire 7225, a noise cancelling headset.

The company has a long history of being at the forefront of communications. Neil Armstrong famously said "that's one small step for man; one giant leap for mankind" through a Plantronics headset when he stepped out of the Apollo 11 lunar module on the moon in 1969.