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News : Yealink Announces Three New Desktop Phones Qualified for Skype for Business
Xiamen, China, June 3, 2016 -- Yealink, a global unified communication (UC) terminal solution provider, is pleased to announce enhanced interoperability with Microsoft Skype for Business. Three new Yealink Skype for Business edition desktop phones are now compatible for use with Skype for Business – the entry-level T40P, the robust Gigabit phone T42G and the Gigabit color phone T46G.
These models join the flagship model T48G, which was already qualified for Skype for Business. Yealink Skype for Business HD IP Phones are ideal for workers across all areas of the enterprise, from entry-level employees to C-suite executives.
According to Yealink Vice President Stone Lu, "We build our product line with ease of use and simple management in mind. Each solution is designed to integrate seamlessly with users’ workflows and to enhance their productivity."
"The Yealink Skype for Business HD IP Phones are an important part of our current and future strategy," explained Yealink Vice President Stone Lu. "We are working closely with Microsoft to launch a new phone firmware release for Skype for Business (version 4.5 for Office 365) in the near future. Moving forward, customers can expect to see more Skype for Business certified Yealink phones and services."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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