Xiamen,China – Aug 8th, 2017 - Yealink, the global leading unified communication (UC) terminal solution provider, is pleased to announce today that four of its cloud IP phones (T41P, T42G, T46G and T48G) have been certified with Skype for Business providing enhanced qualification with Cloud PBX in Microsoft Office 365. Yealink’s T4 series (T41P, T42G, T46G and T48G) Skype for Business edition can now be deployed in Skypefor Business in both on-premises and hybrid environments and for use with Microsoft Office 365.
Yealink now offers up to four IP phone models covering from entry-level to premium level. Yealink is able to fulfill the requirement along the full breadth of price points, and the needs for particular user scenarios, from worker desk, reception, lobby, call center to team collaboration.
“The latest certification affirms our continuous commitment to enhancing interoperability and to bringing lifelike and productive communication experience through our phone endpoints for Skype for Business customers,” said Yealink Vice President Stone Lu.
"Yealink addresses the growing demand from companies who want to optimize their unified communication experience,”said Tiffany Wissner, senior director, Skype for Business at Microsoft Corp.“Yealink gives Office 365 users a quality IP phone solution and the familiarity of Skype for Business without having to break the bank.”
Yealink (Stock Code: 300628) is a global leading unified communication (UC) terminal solution provider that primarily offers video conferencing systems and voice communication solutions. Founded in 2001, Yealink leverages its independent research and development and innovation to pursue its core mission: “Easy collaboration, high productivity.” The company’s high-quality UC terminal solutions enhance the work efficiency and competitive advantages of its customers in over 100 countries. Yealink is the world’s second-largest SIP phone provider and is number one in the China market. For more information, please visit:www.yealink.com.
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