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Yealink, a provider of Unified Communications (UC) terminal products and services, won the 2015 Internet Telephony Product of the Year award for its CP860 Internet Protocol (IP) conference phone. This is the fifth consecutive year Yealink has received the honor, which was presented by the global integrated media company Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC).
High schools are no strangers to changing technologies. Having to both put such things to use within current operations as well as teach the next generation about how such mechanisms work, keeping up with technology in school is important for a wide array of reasons. Kearney High School in Kearney, Missouri, meanwhile recently saw a fairly substantial upgrade to its own phone system with the passage of a new measure at a recent school board meeting.
NetFortris Inc., provider of cloud-based data and voice solutions for the enterprise announced the support of Yealink phones for the NetFortris Cloud Communications Program. The innovative Unified Communications (UC) platform, which provides mid-sized enterprises with streamlined voice, data and video communications, now supports four Yealink SIP Phones.
Increasingly, businesses-and even some people-are looking to the idea of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) service to not only add new features to a phone system, but even save money while so doing. But to many of those businesses and people, adding IP service to normal operations can be intimidating. So with that in mind, we take a look at IP service and try to make it a little simpler to both consider and put to use.
Yealink and 3CX have formed a strategic interoperability partnership to pair 3CX's Windows-based IP-PBX with Yealink's IP phones. Users can thus control their IP phones from their desktops, without a labor-intensive provisioning process that is sadly typical when it comes to pairing endpoints with PBX solutions.
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