Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology offers a number of benefits, from cost savings, features and flexibility. Today’s VoIP systems aspire to integrate communications with information sharing applications. The result: IP communications has become IP collaboration.
Yealink (News - Alert) successfully participated at the GITEX Technology Week, the information and communications technology (ICT) business gateway to the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia region, held last week in Dubai. More than 138,000 ICT professionals from 144 countries attended GITEX, which focused on providing exhibitors with high ROI through direct business opportunities with decision makers.
As one of the world’s most exciting and fastest-growing ICT markets, Yealink was able to deliver the idea of easy VoIP, which simplifies business communications and enhances productivity, to companies in the Middle East. The company is on its way to remove the collaboration obstacle that financial, health, government, education, industrial, hotel and hospitality, hosted environments and Internet telephony service providers face.
Yealink’s products are fully compatible with a large and growing list of hosted VoIP networks and IP PBX (News - Alert), and allow users to collaborate wherever they are without replacing the existing equipment.
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At GITEX, Yealink exhibited its most popular series, T2X. The Yealink SIP T2X series is designed for the business user who needs rich telephony features, friendly UI and superior voice quality. Equipped with the TI TITAN chipset, Yealink SIP T2X series offers high definition voice quality through the TI voice engine, HD handset, HD speaker and HD codec (G.722), guaranteeing the reliable quality but at an affordable price. Furthermore, with a range from the entry level IP phone SIP-T20P to the business IP phone SIP-T28P, it satisfies the various demands for the general staff to top managers.
The company also highlighted the unique and innovative business video phone VP530 and Gigabit color IP phone portfolio, T3xG. Priced significantly more keenly than comparable brands, the VP530 is feature-rich with a seven inch touchscreen and robust build quality. Powerful Texas Instruments’ (News - Alert) T1 Da Vinci dual-core chipset deliver fast and smooth performance and video conferencing.
“Not just the volume, but the quality of visitors attracted us to show on this exhibition. Yealink delivers our idea toward VoIP and is ready to share our latest innovation with the participators from all over the world,” said Stone Lu, Yealink vice president, in a statement.
To learn more about IP communications and Yealink’s series of IP phones, visit www.yealink.com.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo