It was a busy week in the VoIP Routers sector. Here are some of the major stories from TMCnet.
Jabra (News - Alert) has shown off its new Jabra LINK 850 audio processor, compatible with both standard telephone systems and VoIP platforms. The LINK 850 will be able to increase employee productivity, improve customer satisfaction and reduce employee turnover. It can be connected to any phone with a modular connector and features USB power connectivity to PCs. Digital signal processing (DSP) and phone line noise reduction features improve sound quality for users.
Also, TMCnet’s Allison Boccamazzo reported how the VoIP sector continues to change. In the case of VoIP phones, Patton Electronics remains highly relevant in the sector, with, for instance, its Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync certified SmartNode product line. It offers convenience and economical operations.
It was also reported that Telstra will expand VoIP services for businesses. It will also offer it eventually on mobile phones. The company’s Next G mobile broadband network currently has more than 7,000 base stations covering more than 2.1 million square kilometers for 99 percent of the Australian population.
The company will be cutting the number of workers to remain efficient.
TMCnet also reported that Patton Electronics continues to travel globally to participate in tradeshows, industry events and seminars. It will soon be taking part in ITEXPO (News - Alert) West 2012. The company provides professional on-site training as well.
And VoIP Innovations will show its wholesale VoIP offerings at the thirteenth annual ITEXPO. ITEXPO West will be held from Oct. 2 to Oct. 5 in Austin, Texas.
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