Yealink (News - Alert) is an IP phone maker that built its foundation on the bricks of ambition and innovation. First it solidified its position as a leader in the development of industry leading IP phones, and over time began dabbling in video conferencing endpoints. Today, it is a preeminent provider of IP endpoints period – from the call center to the executive conference room.
Today, the Chinese-based firm announced a recent agreement with Vinteo, as the two firms’ products successfully completed interoperability testing – touting full compatibility between the Yealink VC series videoconferencing room systems and the Vinteo Server.
“Our company entered the video conferencing market with innovative solutions that are designed to help businesses leverage high-quality videoconferencing with remarkable ease and cost-effectiveness,” said Yealink Vice President Stone Lu (News - Alert). “Vinteo is one of the most promising and rapidly developing projects of video servers solutions in Russia and the CIS,” Mr. Stone added.
Because of Vinteo’s support of common standards, it supports over 90 percent of vendor equipment available. As a result of today’s announcement, Yealink users can benefit from a bounty of benefits. The video server features now available include: WebRTC support, H.264 and H.265 implementation, multipoint conferencing with continuous presence as well as support for full HD video.
“Yealink terminals combine the high quality of enterprise-class video systems with an affordable price,” said Vinteo Business Development Director Boris Popov. “In cooperation with Yealink, we can offer the market the best possible solution for the needs of our customers,” he added. “The agreement will help companies build a new videoconferencing network without high capital cost. It will also help companies that want to expand an existing video conferencing network comprised of older and newer equipment from multiple vendors while improving the quality of video up to Full HD (1080p).”
With each passing day it seems Yealink cements its market leadership. The firm finds ways to develop feature-rich, future forward endpoints to enable exceptional communication experiences. As a result its presence is expanding, and so too is its market share.
Edited by Alicia Young