Audio and communications technology specialist Jabra today announces the launch of the new Jabra SPEAK 810. The Jabra SPEAK 810 is designed to eliminate common pain points, for effective collaboration: technology challenges such as set-up issues, connectivity to platforms and poor sound quality, which all prevent effective meeting productivity.
The Jabra SPEAK 810 compliments the personal experience delivered by the smaller, portable SPEAK 410 and 510 products. With multiple connectivity options, the Jabra SPEAK 810 works with all types of smart devices and integrates with all communication platforms – eliminating the need for dial-pad solutions and challenging the traditional hardware approach to conference calling.
It can turn any location into a productive conference room: enhanced with Bluetooth, an integrated USB cable to connect it to a PC or 3.5mm jack for your tablet or smartphone, meetings are ready to start in seconds. It facilitates conference calls in meeting rooms of up to 100 m2 with up to 15 people in one room, delivering crystal clear sound, without any unwanted background noise.
“Microsoft continues its working partnership with Jabra to ensure that their solutions are fully compatible with Microsoft Skype for Business,” said Giovanni Mezgec, Microsoft GM of Skype for Business. “The Jabra SPEAK 810 is an excellent example of this collaboration.”
Nigel Dunn, Managing Director, Jabra UK & Ireland, comments: “Businesses are becoming more focused on creating working environments and cultures that better enable them to compete. As a result, office environments are changing and becoming more dynamic, demanding and technology-enabled. New ways of working are adding flexibility to working spaces, practices and hours. Yet productivity must also remain a priority for business success and for this reason so should enabling effective collaboration and concentration.”
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