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Sangoma Announces H10 and H20 Headsets

March 31, 2020

By Maurice Nagle - Web Editor

Welcome to an era of change. Seemingly overnight the coronavirus caused the workforce to migrate home, and force organizations around the globe to put remote capabilities to the test. Each interaction depends on a number of factors, but one not to overlook is the endpoint being used.

Today, Sangoma Technologies Corporation announced a new headset product line developed for use with the Sangoma D-Series and S-Series of IP Phones.

"Work is different now. It happens wherever you are, and there is no reason to be tethered to a particular place.  Users of our Switchvox, PBXact and FreePBX Unified Communications systems are working remotely these days.  And they want the added convenience of a headset and the ability to roam the office or home office while staying connected, especially with the growing use of softphones. This gives them the ability to either roam up to 325 feet while remaining connected or to answer their phone when away from their office or home office desk," said Jim Machi, VP of Marketing at Sangoma.

The communications solutions provider unveiled the H10 and H20 headsets. The H20 is compatible with the Sangoma Zulu and Switchvox Desktop softphones leveraging a standard USB. The H10 is a monaural wireless DECT headset, that once its RJ11 cord is plugged in will automatically configure with the Sangoma D-Series and S-Series of IP phones.

"This product expands our full-service UC offering that includes our business phone system, IP desk phones, retail and wholesale SIP trunking, SBCs and gateways, and desktop and mobile client software, to now include headsets.  We are truly a one-stop shop for a business wanting a full UC system," Machi continued.

Communications are crucial, and the endpoint at work is vital in ensuring engagement as expected.

Edited by Maurice Nagle



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