By 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’s new corded and wireless headsets, handsets and speakerphone optimised for Lync include:
  • 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.
“We are committed to delivering the most extensive portfolio of audio endpoints for Lync to both the market and to our customers,” said Scott Corry, business unit manager for Jabra.
“With each generation of new products, we seek to deliver on our goals to increase end-user productivity, improve their experience, and reduce the costs for enterprises through improved design, functionality, and durability at cost effective prices,” Corry continues.
Microsoft Lync 2010 and Microsoft Lync Server 2010 will be available for purchase on the 1st of December. For more info on the Jabra products visit


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