Yealink has announced a successful new interoperability (IOT) cooperation with Fuze (formerly ThinkingPhones). The Yealink VC120 video conferencing room system is now verified as compatible with Fuze conferencing and collaboration solutions.
Users can access Fuze’s video service by leveraging the Yealink VC120 from the organisation’s meeting room while enjoying a wide variety of hardware features that increase communication efficiency and productivity.
“We are very pleased to cooperate with Fuze,” said Stone Lu, Yealink Vice President. “We share the same goal of simplifying business people’s communication,” he added. “Yealink developed its VC Series to overcome the obstacles that many businesses, especially SMEs, face when attempting to leverage video. Our joint solutions ensure customers enjoy high-quality meeting experiences and that they do so with flexibility and ease.”
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