GN Netcom (News - Alert) announced today that it’s upgraded its Jabra GN9300 range of wireless headsets which are used for both conventional as well as IP telephony.
Designed for business professionals who increasingly use handsfree technology for communication, the enhanced series uses a more flexible material on the headband, neckband and earhook making it a lighter and comfortable option, according to the company. With stylish physical enhancements, the Jabra (News - Alert) GN9300 range also offers clarity with an increased wireless range of up to 120 meters and a boom arm that reduces wind noise sensitivity, company officials say.
“Our recent research project with E-Media found that mobility within the office environment is steadily increasing with over three quarters of all professionals spending more than one hour per day away from their desk and an additional 60 percent of survey respondents agreeing that a wireless headset that would enable them to take calls both at and away from their desk would have a positive impact on their productivity,” stated Andrew Doyle, a sales director at GN Netcom United Kingdom.
While the series includes three different handsets, the Jabra GN9330e for desk phones, the Jabra GN9330e USB for PC-based IP telephony and the Jabra GN9350e for conventional and IP telephony, the GN9350e range in particular is a future-proof headset with its ability to switch between conventional and IP telephony, company officials say.
The GN9330e and GN 9330e USB are also easy to use with their simple ‘plug and play’ installation, according to the company. With two different wearing styles, they can easily connect with the user’s telephone or PC and can be smoothly employed, company officials say.
Offering noise-canceling microphone technology and digital security encryption, they are capable of beating conventional office telephony by providing better audio quality, company officials say. While the GN9330e offers the benefits of the handsfree technology, the GN9330e USB 6.8 kHz can be used with IP softphones, they say.
“To help our partners capitalize on this market opportunity, we have developed a new promotional campaign around the GN9330e . . . Our partners can make significant margins on a product that is easy to sell but is a small add-on cost to the financial outlay required for a complete PBX or IP telephony system,” Doyle said.
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