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News : Revolabs’ Conference Phones Are BroadSoft Validated
Sudbury, MA, USA, October, 2016 -- Revolabs, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation, announced the validation of Revolabs’ FLX™ UC 1000 and UC 1500 VoIP and USB conference phones for the BroadSoft(R) BroadWorks SIP interface.
"BroadSoft is the leading provider of unified communication and collaboration services to operators worldwide, and the interoperability of the FLX UC 1000 and UC 1500 demonstrates our commitment to delivering the exceptional conferencing experience organizations require," said Jim Fairweather, executive vice president of global sales at Revolabs. "This validation opens up new communication service provider opportunities, allowing them to confidently select and provision these solutions for full use and operability with the powerful BroadWorks platform."
"Now any organization can easily add the FLX UC 1000 or UC 1500 phone to its BroadWorks-based CSP company VoIP network and get the same great intelligible, clear conference audio that thousands of other conference rooms experience with Revolabs phones," continued Fairweather.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Revolabs is a manufacturer of wireless usb speakerphones, audio conference equipment, VoIP phones, Lync and Cisco compatible enterprise solutions.
BroadSoft provides software that enables mobile, fixed-line, and cable service providers to deliver voice and multimedia services over their IP-based networks. The Company's software, BroadWorks(R), enables service providers to provide enterprises and consumers with a range of cloud-based, or hosted, IP multimedia communications, such as hosted IP private branch exchanges, video calling, unified communications, collaboration and converged mobile and fixed-line services.
Published: Tuesday, October 11, 2016