ALE, operating under the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise brand, has today introduced new Alcatel-Lucent Premium DeskPhones and DECT cordless phones.
The new Alcatel-Lucent “s” series Premium DeskPhones include contextual menus for expert business communications, unique search-by-name keyboard for instant communication, built-in Bluetooth in high-end models, and centralised management, enabling IT to easily adapt various capabilities and features to suit the organisation’s needs.
The flexibility of the new Premium DeskPhones and DECT phones is ideal for specialised businesses, like those in healthcare and hospitality, where customised applications can be implemented to improve patient care or a guest visit, and also create a look and feel that represents the business. These latest advances in technology create an improved user experience while enabling workers to connect in a range of ways that enhance productivity.
Premium DeskPhones ‘s’ series evolution:
•The 8028s Premium DeskPhone offers information workers improved design and performance with four speed dial keys, a black and white screen with white backlight for convenient multi-line management
•The new 8058s Premium DeskPhone has a high-end 3.5 inch colour screen and four electronic speed dial keys, without the additional cost that usually comes with a high-end phone
•The 8068s Premium DeskPhone offers managers broader functionality with a large colour screen for easy multi-line call management and group call supervision. The Bluetooth handset comes with the ability to connect a smartphone headset and a 10m range from the base for greater confidentiality
•The new 8078s Premium DeskPhone model offers a 5 inch colour touch screen, Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy, including s-link capabilities enabling mobile phone users to leverage DeskPhone audio in the office, providing a similar experience to in-car phone audio
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