Sennheiser has announced its portfolio of unified communications products will be fully interoperable with solutions from Unify, the Atos brand for collaboration solutions, including the Circuit platform for collaboration and communication and the OpenScape Desk Phone CP family.
Sennheiser USB, Bluetooth and DECT headsets including the new SDW 5000 Series and speakerphones now have full interoperability with Unify Circuit. The interoperability provides seamless call control integration with Sennheiser devices. The Circuit platform enables mobile collaboration and communication, bringing together high-quality voice, video, chat, real-time document editing and management, and file sharing into a single view, across an entire team.
Sennheiser has also received certification with Unify’s OpenScape Desk Phone CP 600 for its PRESENCE™ and MB Pro series Bluetooth headsets. The Bluetooth headsets can have active connection to two devices at the same time and are thus suitable for use with the CP 600 and Unify Circuit (on PC/Mac) simultaneously.
“We are helping businesses to embrace a new way to work and better audio that facilitates simpler and more effective communications that can provide a true competitive edge,” said Luiz Domingos, Head of Product House for Unify. “We can now offer our users efficient and intuitive collaboration enhanced by crystal clear HD quality audio from Sennheiser.”
“Improving the user experience through increased ease of use and superior audio is key for businesses seeking to take full advantage of unified communications,” said Andreas Bach, President at Sennheiser Communications A/S. “This lies at the heart of our collaboration with Unify. Businesses using Sennheiser audio solutions and Unify Circuit and OpenScape Desk Phone CP 600 will now benefit from plug and play simplicity and an excellent audio experience that drives improved user satisfaction and productivity.”
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