A global top 5 SIP phone provider and a provider of VoIP phone and IP communication solutions Yealink recently showcased products, its DECT (News - Alert) phone W52P and innovative Gigabit IP phone series, which have been received very well by the attendees to its West Coast IP Telephony Reseller Roadshow (WCR).
The company collaborated with Alloy, Epygi and nexVortex (News - Alert) during the WCR Roadshows, which began in February and will run till the end of March 2013 in San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego.
The company has issued a vote of thanks to all the attendees to its WCR Roadshows in San Francisco and Los Angeles. The event saw participation from more than 60 leading local industry insiders, who gathered together to network and educate themselves through the featured lectures, presentations, and live demonstration. The aim of these presentations and programs was essentially to help attendees understand how they could improve their product lines using the best and latest in IP telephony technologies.
Yealink’s (News - Alert) sales engineers successfully demonstrated the benefits of its two star products: the DECT phone W52P and a new innovative Gigabit IP phone series, which served to enthral the attending crowds.
The last Roadshow event has been planned for San Diego and will begin soon. Interested parties can still join the show as a few open seats are still available. Yealink is inviting people to come to the show which will begin on Wednesday March 20, which they can attend along with their work colleagues.
Furthermore, Roadshow attendees can avail a special NFR bundle which includes the latest innovative technology from Yealink, Alloy, Epygi (News - Alert) and nexVortex. The companies will provide interested patrons all the necessary resources for a test and demo system. Interested parties will be eligible for a discount on the entire bundle.
Since 2001, Yealink has been focusing on providing its customers with latest and best-in-class VoIP Phone (News - Alert) and IP communication solutions that are cost-effectively priced.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey