Jabra launches solutions for LyncBy Christo Myburgh 22 November 2010 | Categories: news
Jabra, a manufacturer of headset technology, has expanded its range of products optimised for Microsoft Lync 2010. A new portable speakerphone and five touch-screen, multi-use headsets add to Jabra's range of products, meeting the needs of enterprises deploying Lync-based voice and conferencing. Microsoft's Lync 2010 platform integrates various forms of communication including instant messaging, voice calls, video calls and shared whiteboard sessions.
- Jabra SPEAK 410 which is Jabra’s first USB powered speakerphone. It offers full duplex and true wideband sound for maximum clarity. It also utilises a omni-directional microphone for 360 degree coverage, offers a built-in ringer to avoid missing calls and a 3.5 mm headset jack for privacy.
- Jabra GO 6470 and PRO 9400 Series. With these products users can manage multiple phones using the touch-screen, including starting and ending phone calls, adjusting the volume and switching between desk, soft and mobile devices.
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