Yealink has introduced three new additions to its one-stop video conferencing solutions: the VC110 All-in-One Videoconferencing Endpoint, the SIP VP-T49G HD Touch Screen Video Phone and its VC Desktop software.
With these new releases, Yealink’s one-stop video conferencing solution now covers full usage scenarios for businesses, including head office meeting rooms (the VC400), mid-sized and small meeting rooms of branch offices (the VC120 and the VC110), desktop video (the T49G) and mobile video (with its VC Desktop software). Yealink’s video conference offerings support on-premise deployment and are certified interoperable with multiple leading cloud-based platforms.
“We are very excited about the launch,” said Stone Lu, Vice President of Yealink. “Backed by our decade-long experience in communication technologies, we developed our one-stop video conferencing solutions to truly solve the obstacles faced by many businesses, especially SMEs,” he added. “People expect more than a high level of quality and reliability, they also need convenience, flexibility and easy solutions. We are bringing positive changes to the industry.”
•VC110 All-in-One Videoconferencing Endpoint
The VC110, along with the VCM60 Wireless Micpod, perfectly meets the unique needs of small meeting room environments. Meeting participants enjoy a full 1080P HD video experience while the user-friendly all-in-one design makes setup a breeze.
•SIP VP-T49G HD Touch Screen Video Phone
The flagship model demonstrates the revolutionary future of desktop video collaboration. The new phone ensures a better call experience thanks to industry-leading video and sound quality as well as robust features such as three-way video conferencing, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, local USB recording and more.
•Yealink VC Desktop Software
The software supports 720P HD video and 1080P Full HD content sharing. It also features broad compatibility and excellent network adaptability (H.323/SIP, H.264 high profile). The software also brings an excellent user experience with its friendly user interface, one-click setup and auto updates.
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