Yealink (News - Alert), a provider of VoIP and IP communications solutions, has joined the Cloud Communications Alliance (CCA), an industry peer association. Yealink helps companies by enabling clear, productive communications between employees wherever they are located.
The CCA brings together cloud communications providers like Alteva, BluIP, Inc., Broadcore, Callis (News - Alert) Communications, DoubleHorn Communications, Globalinx and many others. It strives to promote the use of cloud communications technologies.
Stone Lu (News - Alert), senior vice president for Sales and Marketing, Yealink, said, “Communications technology has changed significantly over the past couple of years and an increasing number of companies are seeking to enhance productivity while reducing costs through VoIP.”
“Both Yealink and the CCA are at the leading edge of this revolution. We’re very proud to become a member of this organization, and look forward to working with other members to help shape the direction of enterprise communications,” Lu added.
As the latest member to join CCA, Yealink will be able to forge direct communication with other companies which help customers to efficiently and cost-effectively store, access and share information via cloud communications solutions.
Also, Yealink executives will benefit a lot through direct access to networking, educational and corporate resources, which will help in developing business. Yealink delivers cost-effective solutions that employees can use to communicate via various devices.
Yealink’s VoIP and unified communications offerings enable corporations to leverage existing communication infrastructure to benefit from high-definition voice communications on telephones, desktops and mobile devices. This is useful for companies that have branch offices and employees across the globe, said officials.
Joseph Marion, president, CCA, remarked, “Yealink is one of the world’s leading providers of IP solutions, and we’re extremely happy to have them join our team. It’s perfect timing, too, as Yealink has become a member just before our upcoming quarterly meeting in Napa Valley, California, which will serve as a great opportunity for Yealink executives to network with many other leading industry voices.”
Recently, Yealink released its new SIP cordless phone, the W52P, designed specifically for small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs).
The new SIP cordless phone series with DECT (News - Alert) technology provides these businesses with cost savings and scalable SIP-based mobile communication systems. The W52P series is now available through Nology, the official South African distributor for Yealink.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey