Nimans has been highlighting the latest video conferencing, telephony and wider collaboration technologies available from Yealink – including its latest cable-free conference phone.
Two webinars have been staged to inform resellers about Yealink’s latest product developments – including its new CP930W wireless DECT Conference Phone.
The first online event focused on video conferencing solutions for desktops and meeting rooms, cloud-based video collaboration and also Microsoft compatibility.
It was followed by another webinar about the latest video and voice communication phones for desktops, huddle rooms and large-sized meeting rooms. This heralded the arrival of Yealink’s new CP930W which is based on reliable, secure DECT technology and provides complete communication freedom.
The wireless CP930W eliminates network and power outlet requirements and benefits from a built-in rechargeable battery that provides up to 24 hours of call time and 15 days of standby time. Thanks to its built-in 3-microphone array, the CP930W boasts a 20-foot and 360-degree voice pickup range.
Joe Casari, Head of Yealink UK, says the Nimans webinars were very well received and provided a perfect showcase of how Yealink remains a market leader in collaboration solutions.
“Conferencing isn’t new, but how we interact and collaborate with colleagues / peers certainly is. A global workforce is now expecting a ‘no boundary, hyper connected community’ which allows people and organisations to communicate by using different modalities in a seamless fashion.”
Joe added: “Cable free devices such as the CP930W that offer versatile communication with high quality performance are becoming ubiquitous with Yealink making significant investments in this space. 2019 will see markets quickly move in this adoption of agnostic technology that caters for all cloud communication platforms.”
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