Yealink cut its proverbial teeth developing exceptional IP endpoints, from your conference room video conferencing solutions to the IP phone sitting on your desk. Built on ambition and innovation, the China-based firm is spreading its presence in the video conferencing space with the recent announcement of the Yealink Meeting Server.
This week, Toshiba, which earlier this year announced plans to get out of the unified communications systems business, announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding to transfer certain assets to Mitel. Terms of the deal, which is expected to close early this summer, were not disclosed.
A new arrangement between 8x8 and Regus offers a major new expansion in the process.
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Revolabs, which delivers better communication in the world of business and education with professional video collaboration products, microphone systems, and conference phones for telephony and unified communications, understands the importance of enhancing meeting rooms and conferencing technology, perhaps more than any other company. That's why Revolabs announced last week that it will be partnering with Yamaha, a provider of high quality microphone and speaker products, to improve its video conferencing solution.
TelcoBridges, a provider of SBCs and VoIP gateways, has come out with a virtualized session border controller that is available on a subscription basis. Called Virtual Tsbc, this session border controller can handle up to 60,000 concurrent SIP sessions on VoIP networks.
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