Jabra now offers integrated call control with the latest version of Cisco Jabber 9.2 for Windows, in both traditional and virtual desktop environments. This unique feature has the potential to enhance the user experience for the more than 200,000 customers that have already implemented a Cisco Unified Communications solution. As a Preferred Solution Developer in the Unified Communications category of the Cisco Developer Network, Jabra has successfully completed interoperability verification testing required by Cisco.
The new version of Jabra PC Suite supports call control from Jabra audio devices with Cisco Jabber 9.2 for Windows. This allows users to answer/end, mute/unmute and change volume, directly from the Jabra headset, providing them with significant call functionality through a wireless device. The Cisco IVT (Interoperability Verification Testing) has successfully validated the following Jabra devices with Cisco Jabber 9.2 for Windows:
“Building on Cisco’s software and Jabra’s innovative product developments, businesses will now have a broader portfolio of validated audio solutions designed to meet their individual needs and budget requirements,” said Andrew Doyle, Managing Director, Jabra Business Solutions UK & Ireland. “Jabra is dedicated to enhancing the user experience by developing audio devices that allow customers to appreciate the full collaborative value of Unified Communications, regardless of where they work or how they connect to the network.”
“Cisco is excited that Jabra headsets now offer full call control with the new Cisco Jabber 9.2 for Windows and for Cisco Jabber for Virtualized Environments. This will improve the user experience for better collaboration and greater productivity. With this announcement, Cisco and Jabra are able to provide users with more audio device options to collaborate effectively on Windows PCs and thin clients and with more, unified communication-enabled high quality audio accessories for the workplace,” says Fabrice Della Mea, Director, Cisco Enterprise Solutions.
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