Jabra (News - Alert), a headset and mobile accessory service, has introduced a suite of products to address the demands of the mobile workers.
The company announced Jabra SUPREME UC launching in May, and the critically acclaimed Jabra FREEWAY and Jabra SPEAK 410.
A recent forecast from IDC (News - Alert) expects the mobile worker population in the United States to comprise 75 percent of the nation's workforce by 2015, encouraging Jabra’s release of the two new products. This shows the increase in the number of employees working remotely, traveling and collaborating via the cloud.
The Jabra SUPREME UC increases the productivity of these employees, and works with all leading Unified Communications (UC) applications, including Microsoft (News - Alert), Cisco, Avaya, Skype and several others.
The unique product also works exceptionally for traditional calls with mobile phones, as well as for communicating through and collaborating with tablets.
Jabra anticipates great demand for the Jabra SPEAK 410, a compact speakerphone solution for spontaneous conferencing and collaboration; as well as the Jabra FREEWAY, a high-performance in-car speakerphone ideal for handling important calls on the road.
"As Americans continue to move towards mobility, both inside and outside of the office, Jabra is focusing on making communicating on the go as easy as possible with our ever-growing suite of products dedicated to the mobile workforce," said Mogens Elsberg, CEO of Jabra. "With this line of products, we are providing mobile workers with hands-free communication options for use in the office, in the car, on the street and anywhere else business needs to be done."
Jabra was in the news earlier this year for launching PRO 930, an entry-level wireless headset designed for telephony services such as Skype (News - Alert).
Edited by Braden Becker