Konftel and Huawei have entered into a partnership to provide conference solutions. The first visible result of the partnership is the certification of the Konftel 300IP conference phone for Huawei Cloud UC solution.
“We are delighted about forging this constructive partnership with Huawei”, says Torbjörn Karlsson, Konftel’s Product Manager. “Our strategy is to optimize and certify our products for the leading communications platforms. Together with our partners, we can guarantee a combination of performance and features that deliver convenience and business value across a wide spectrum of unified communications environments.”
Examples of customizations for Huawei Cloud UC are that the Konftel 300IP can be connected directly to Huawei’s conference bridge, which can handle up to 20 participants, and that the Konftel 300IP integrates easily with the customer company’s corporate directory.
“Clear and simple communication is a requisite for success in today’s fast-moving business climate. It is best done through direct dialogue even when a meeting in the same room is not possible. It is fantastic that we are now able to offer tools for professional conference audio with HD quality for remote meetings of all sizes, and which are also compatible with our platform”, says Wumo, Director of Cloud Enterprise Communications Western European, Huawei.
The Konftel 300IP is designed for an open world of IP communications based on SIP. It creates a strong sense of virtual presence thanks to the patented OmniSound audio technology and is equipped with smart features that enable efficient remote meetings without any hassle. To ensure that all customers and users in the market have full access to this experience, the Konftel 300IP has a versatility that makes it compatible with the leading communications platforms in the market.
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