At the CeBit show happening now, IP phone maker Yealink is showcasing three models:
The Yealink (News - Alert) EXP38 Expansion Module
Company officials say it’s designed for improving the power and flexibility of Yealink advanced IP phones SIP-T28P & SIP-T26P. It features 38 fully programmable DSS keys each with a dual-color LED, connected to and controlled by the IP Phone (News - Alert) with an RJ-12 cable line. It creates up to 228 additional programmable extensions when 6 EXP38 are daisy chained with the IP Phone.
Yealink advanced IP phones support the functions for IP-PBX (News - Alert) such as speed dialing, BLF/BLA, intercom, call forward/ transfer/ hold/ park/ pickup/ return on each of the programmable buttons on the EXP38. Yealink EXP38 is ideal for receptionists, administrative assistants, call center agents, power users, and executives who need to monitor and manage a large volume of calls on a regular basis.
Want to talk to people through the Internet but are sick of being bundled with PC? Then this is “the best choice for you,” company officials say. It is a wireless USB phone which allows you to call from anywhere in the house or at the office. Due to the large graphic LCD with blue backlit, USB-W1DL can show the contact list and call history in any language. Its compact design, built-in speakerphone in the base and the full compatibility with the most popular softphones are other selling points.
Represents what company officials call “the next generation in IP multimedia communication.” It is equipped with TI DaVinci chipset, a 7" LCD touch screen with 800x480 pixels and a 2M adjustable CMOS sensor camera, offers HD voice quality with full duplex speakerphone. It adopts the most advanced H.264 codec with adaptive bandwidth adjustment, the video format can be up to D1@30fps. All of those guarantee an excellent face-to-face user-experience even at low bandwidth. Furthermore, 20 one-touch soft speed dial keys would be very convenient for the office users.
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Edited by Stefanie Mosca