Yealink (News - Alert) melds ambition and innovation to create the next generation in IP endpoints. From video conferencing solutions, to the IP phone sitting on your desk, the China-based firm is expanding its portfolio and partner network. Case in point, it recently announced an expanded partnership with Nology. Back in August, Nology introduced South Africa to Yealink’s W56P DECT phone, but now, there’s more!
A Yealink Platinum distributor, Nology named the newest addition to its portfolio of offerings – the newly upgraded T4S series. The T4S series includes four future forward and feature rich IP phones starting with the entry level T41S and T42S, then moving on to the more advanced T46S color phone and the T48S touch screen phone.
“The T4S is built on Yealink’s successful and popular T4X series, which reflects our decade-long experience in telephony innovation,” says Stone Lu (News - Alert), Vice President of Yealink. “While maintaining the same price point and market positioning as the T4X series, the new series boasts a range of improvements that validate our promise to partners and businesses: enrich collaboration, improve productivity.”
The upgraded T4S series of IP phones brings Yealink’s trademark innovation to bear with a number of improvements. The Optima HD audio is improved by supporting Opus, a tweaked cutting edge design, enhanced user experience, user friendly upgrades and configuration as well as flexibility provided by built in USB ports, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.
In addition, the upgraded T4S series provides enhanced performance and extended hardware functionalities for business customers, while delivering an improved user experience. Additionally, the T4S series adds functionality in the form of a USB port on all T4S devices for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functionality.
Thus far, Yealink has been a busy bee in 2017 with no signs of slowing down. Only time will tell, but this could certainly be the year of Yealink.
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Edited by Alicia Young