Communications is at the heart of business, period. As they say, a journey of one thousand miles begins with one step, and in business that first stride is typically a phone call. So, when selecting a unified communications (UC) provider, it is smart to not just review its quality, but the quality of its partners as well. As good as a phone system may be, the use of antiquated end points can tarnish the communications experience.
It is for this reason that Yealink (News - Alert) is building momentum. Its feature-rich and future forward IP phones are garnering attention, and the Yealink portfolio’s partner network is proliferating as a result. We recently saw KOMSA take on German distribution responsibilities, and now Yealink’s T4 series has earned certification with Centile (News - Alert) Telecom’s ISTRA platform.
Bertrand Pourcelot, Director General at Centile Telecom Applications, noted, “The certification of Yealink T4 series IP phones allows our operator customers to expand their SIP terminals offering to end-users. Enterprises are looking for powerful, robust and cost effective phones with automatic provisioning, enterprise directory, synchronized forwarding rules and HD audio quality.”
The T4 series rose to prominence in the IP phone space quickly. And for Centile, its service provider customers can now gain access to the SIP-T41P, T42G, SIP-T46G, SIP-T48G and the SIP T49G. Each IP phone is plug-and-play, and the series was designed with various needs in mind – empowering end users to pick the one that fits just right.
Stone Lu (News - Alert), Vice President of Yealink, explained, “Yealink is very pleased to receive the validation of the interoperability of our T4 series IP terminals by Centile. Operators and service providers can deliver a cost effective and value-added solution, with rapid deployment and best-in-class unified communications and fixed-mobile convergence services, to their business customers. ”
Centile can now claim having an industry leading suite of IP phones, primed and poised to please end users with their performance. Yealink is determined to build on its foundation of ambition and innovation. Only two months into 2017, it could come off a touch bold to name this the year of Yealink, but if it stays the course it’s tough to argue otherwise.
Next time you pick up the phone to call a perspective or current client, wouldn’t it be nice to have crystal clear HD audio?
Edited by Alicia Young