Jabra Unveils Cisco Jabber 10.5

Jabra have today announced that all its leading headsets and speakerphones offer fully integrated call-control with the latest Cisco Jabber 10.5 release for Windows.

With the launch of Cisco Jabber 10.5 Jabra continues to deliver compatible headset call-control functionalities. Jabra was the first to announce ‘built-in’ drivers with Cisco Jabber and was also the first to launch the Jabra PC Suite based call-control for Cisco Jabber 9.2.

The ‘built-in’ Jabra driver will allow for seamless installation without external drivers to complicate a mass-deployment.

Jabra’s fully integrated call-control with Cisco Jabber 10.5 supports the continued integration of Jabra audio devices with Cisco solutions, which enable businesses to make an easy choice on communication infrastructure and increase the productivity of their end-users at the same time.

As a Preferred Solution Developer, Jabra continuously works with Cisco to deliver new solutions that offer end-users all the benefits of Unified Communications.

Nigel Dunn, Managing Director, Jabra Business Solutions UK & Ireland confirmed “With full compatibility to Cisco 10.5 Jabra show that we remain dedicated to enhancing the user experience by continually developing audio devices that allow customers to appreciate full Cisco collaboration and increased productivity.”

New Jabra EHS Cable for Cisco IP Phones

The new Jabra LINK 14201-41 EHS cable for use with Cisco Unified IP deskphones 8941 & 8945, enables connection and provides handsfree remote call control with Jabra PRO™ 920 & 925, Jabra PRO™ 9400 and Jabra MOTION Office wireless headsets, all from up to 150 metres away from the desk.

The Jabra LINK 14201-41 also has the added advantage of being software upgradable via Jabra PC Suite firmware updates to ensure it always offers the latest functionality at no extra cost.

As Cisco 8941 & 8945 deskphones are widely deployed, with an estimated 900,000 in use in the market today, the Jabra LINK 14201-41 EHS cable is an essential accessory for anyone using a Jabra wireless headset.

This connection cable is now available to order from all authorised Jabra partners.

Take Advantage of Cisco 5 For Free from Jabra

If your organisation is thinking about deploying a Cisco Unified Communications solution and are currently researching the advantages of different audio devices then take advantage of Jabra’s Cisco 5 For Free Discovery Offer now.

Available to organisations with a minimum of 250 employees, you can receive up to 5 free Jabra devices to trial with your pilot or deployment of Cisco Jabber, Cisco WebEx, Cisco WebEx Connect or Cisco Jabber for Virtualized Environments.

This offer is valid until 31st December, 2014. For more information please visit http://www.jabra.com/campaigns/CiscoOffers

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