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Plantronics Releases New Wideband Headset

December 12, 2006
According to research firm IDC (News - Alert), global desktop IP phone shipments are expected to grow at an average of 29 percent each year between now and 2010, with shipments increasing from approximately 7 million in 2005 to 25 million in 2010. Hoping to cash in on this burgeoning trend, Plantronics (News - Alert) has expanded its family of VoIP headset solutions with the new Plantronics SupraPlus Wideband headset and Vista M22 amplifier with Clearline audio technology. Used together or separately, the new products utilize wideband networks to offer professionals optimal voice quality and business-critical reliability and comfort.

Plantronics designed the SupraPlus Wideband headset to support new wideband IP phones from industry leaders, including Avaya, Cisco, Nortel, Siemens and ShoreTel (News - Alert). Phone professionals can enhance SupraPlus Wideband with the Vista M22 amplifier to form a complete wideband solution with advanced audio performance and capabilities.

“By understanding the VoIP network and working closely with leading IP phone manufacturers, Plantronics continues to develop products that operate optimally and intelligently within VoIP infrastructures,” said Chuck Yort, vice president of business solutions at Plantronics, in a press release. “Plantronics’ new wideband products compensate for environmental and network factors to allow more effective business conversations in the enterprise and contact center.”

The Plantronics Vista M22 enhances any Plantronics direct connect solution by delivering advanced audio performance, reliability and flexibility. It supports the latest wideband VoIP technology while maintaining backwards compatibility with narrowband phones - helping companies future proof their investment. The Plantronics Vista M22 features Clearline audio technology, which helps to reduce common problems with business conversations that stem from poor audio quality, including repeats, errors, and listening fatigue.

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Cindy Waxer is a Toronto-based freelance journalist specializing in business and technology. She has written for publications including TIME, Fortune Small Business, Business 2.0, Computerworld, Canadian Business, and Workforce Management. To see more of her articles, please visit Cindy Waxer’s columnist page.


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