Yealink is pleased to announce that its business-grade T2 phone series is now fully interoperable with the latest version of the software-based PBX for Windows, 3CX Phone System v14 from 3CX.
Version 14 of 3CX Phone System includes a completely rewritten iOS client and the new Android client, which has taken mobility to the next level. The new release also features new and upgraded functions for users. The Yealink T2 series of phones features an improved user interface and gives business users the highest audio quality at affordable prices. The phone models can be effortlessly deployed with 3CX Phone System. The series also offers customers a rich variety of model choices and advanced features (such as Gigabit Ethernet support, Bluetooth headset support and rich DSS keys) that help increase communication efficiency and productivity.
Marcus Kogel, Sales Manager 3CX said: “At 3CX we are continuously working on offering our customers and partners more options to choose from. With the successful interop between 3CX Phone System v14 and the Yealink T2 series IP Phones, our joint partners can take full advantage of all the new features of v14 such as its cloud ready ability, new iOS and Android clients as well as the advantages offered by the Yealink IP Phones. Yealink and 3CX have been technology partners for a long time and together we are focused on supplying the market with the best solution possible.”
“The successful interoperability is the result of Yealink and 3CX’s deepened long-term cooperation,” said Stone Lu, Vice President of Yealink. “Our new joint solution creates an excellent value and innovation solution and is especially suitable for SMB customers and enterprises looking to optimize their communication budget,” he added. “We look forward to future cooperation with 3CX as we bring more value and possibilities to our mutual customers globally.”
Yealink also revealed that its award-winning Diamond IP Conference Phone CP860 is now undergoing interoperability testing with 3CX Phone System v14 and will be added shortly to the platform, offering a competitive conference phone choice for resellers and customers.
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