VXi Corp Showcases Wireless and UC Headset Solutions at CTIA Wireless
VXi Corporation, which offers unified communications (UC) headset solutions, announced it is showcasing some of its products in both commercial and consumer lines.
Among the products on display include the popular BlueParrott Bluetooth products released earlier this year and the V100 Wireless Headset System.
The BlueParrott Bluetooth is ideally designed for commuters and road warriors who have to deal with extreme background noise.
VXi now offers the upgraded BlueParrott B250-XT+, which builds on the popular BlueParrott B250-XT. This latest product features a sturdy, over-the-head style, and has all qualities of its predecessor.
Weighing just 0.6 ounces and sporting a sleek and lightweight design, the Bluetooth headset also promises clear communication through Xtreme Noise Suppression technology that cancels out 94 percent of background noise. The wideband audio offers clear and natural voice transmission.
The device offers more than seven hours of talk time per single charge.
“Though it’s our first year exhibiting at CTIA (News - Alert), VXi has been delivering value, excellence and innovation with its wireless headsets for more than 20 years,” said VXi President and CEO Mike Ferguson, in a statement. “Through our diverse product offering, show-goers will see VXi’s commitment to being an industry leader in headset technology.”
Another product on display is the V100 Wireless Headset System, which is named 2010 Product of the Year by Customer Interaction Solutions magazine. Offering a range of up to 300 feet, the UC headset system allows users to move around while attending calls.
VXi’s BlueParrott product line is backed by a two-year warranty, while the V100 is backed by a one-year warranty.
Today many small and medium businesses are embracing unified solutions to level the competitive playing field and take customer service to the next high-touch step.
A recent survey of 250 small and medium businesses conducted by UC headset maker Plantronics (News - Alert) survey in the Spiceworks IT Pro Community revealed that over 50 percent of respondents are on their way to UC adoption because it enables them to deliver excellent and differentiated customer service.
Edited by Stefanie Mosca