Sennheiser has won the Comms Business Award for Most Innovative Channel Product in the Hardware category. The award was in recognition of Sennheiser’s DW wireless headset series.
Sennheiser’s DW series of wireless headsets is at the cutting edge of technological innovation. They provide the perfect solution for office workers with a best in class range of 180 metres and full day talk time of twelve hours with desk and/or softphone. The DW series is also optimised for use with global providers of telephony and unified communications platforms including Microsoft Lync, Avaya one-X and IBM Sametime.
The DW series is already the recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s ‘Most Innovative European Communications Product of the Year’ award for 2012, judged to be the leading product in the enterprise headset market. In the Comms Business Awards submission Sennheiser stated, “The DW series supports both desk phone and/or softphone connection, with simple switching between both at the press of a button and offers the ability to pair the headset quickly to someone else’s base unit and join a call in an impromptu conference.”
Comms Business is a leading publication for the telecoms industry channel and its annual awards are judged by an independent panel of industry experts. The awards are widely recognised as the premier accolades in the UK telecoms sector.
For Sennheiser UK, Jane Craven, Director of Telecom Sales stated, “We are delighted to have received this prestigious award for the innovative DW wireless headset series which has set an industry bench mark for technical excellence and design. Sennheiser is committed to being a leader in the telecoms headset sector and with annual sales revenues of over €530 million, operating in over 70 countries and R&D facilities around the world, we have the resources to achieve it.”
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