Yealink (News - Alert) has announced that it is ramping up production on its new T32G Gigabit Color Phone, available through 888VoIP, its distribution partner in the United States, at the end of the third quarter. The successor to the T38G model, the new Yealink phone, smaller than the T38G, comes in a darker color with brighter printing on the keys.
Yealink, a Platinum Sponsor at this year’s ITEXPO West 2011 in Austin next month, is adding even more features to the phone, including a three-inch color display, Gigabit Ethernet, G.722 high-definition voice coded, Power-over-Ethernet support, color-picture Caller ID, full-duplex speakerphone, multiple language support, an open VPN client and more.
“In the unified communications era, both personal productivity and team collaboration efficiency are critical to business,” said Jack Zhuang, CTO of Yealink, in a release. “The addition of T32G is the completion of the Yealink Gigabit color IP phone solution for executives and business who are demanding gigabit switching and an enhanced visual experience. We are very pleased that we were able to develop the T32G to satisfy our Yealink customer needs.”
888VoIP, a Gold Sponsor at ITEXPO (News - Alert), distributes VoIP solutions, technologies, and equipment both in the U.S. and internationally. Yealink-888VoIP also specializes in unit provisioning, logistics, financing, and technical and marketing support.
Brad Pitt, Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing for 888VoIP, discussed the company’s position in the marketplace with TMC (News - Alert) during last week’s Channel Partners Expo in Chicago.
“We provide customized solutions, giving customers what they need,” said Pitt. “We’re not focused on being the low price leader – our stated mission is helping resellers become successful.”
Yealink is a Platinum sponsor of ITEXPO West 2011. Visit Yealink in booth #1002. 888VoIP is a Gold sponsor of ITEXPO West 2011. Visit 888VoIP in booth #601. To be held Sept. 13-15 in Austin, TX, ITEXPO is the world’s premier IP communications event. Don’t wait. Register now. Stay in touch with everything happening at ITEXPO… follow us on Twitter.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell