Xiamen, China - January 22, 2018 - Yealink, the global leading unified communication (UC) solution provider, and Far South Networks, a world leading designer and manufacturer of IP telephony platforms, announced today that Yealink’s new executive collection of T4S Series (plus T40G and T40P) and T5 Series IP Phones have successfully completed IOT with Far South Networks range of IP PBX products.
The compatible collaboration between Yealink and Far South Networks started in 2011 and renewed in 2013 and 2015 respectively, with mutual aim of offering affordable and feature rich VoIP solutions to service providers and end users. This latest interoperability further highlights the everlasting efforts of both companies.
Far South Networks IP PBX range, including the Com.X10 and Com.X20, is equipped with VoIP connectivity and an all-in-one voice and data solution to enterprise businesses. The Wanderbox and Wanderbox duo products offer a complete UC&C solution coupled with an unbridled BYOD experience for SMBs. Yealinks’ new T4 Ultra-elegant range provides an industry leading product balance between features and cost; and the T5 series offers an all-in-one communication solution for the business executives, providing a sophisticated HD audio and video calling experience. Thanks to the successful IOT, now users are enabled to enjoy the integrated strengths.
‘’We are very pleased with the interoperability of our PBX products and Yealink phones. They are easy to install, cost less to maintain and the customer can receive the best experience from the PBX. All these Yealink models now work seamlessly with Far South IP PBX as fully managed devices.” said Grant Broomhall, MD of Far South Networks.
Both Far South IP PBXs and Yealink IP phones support the latest OPUS Codec, which provides the lowest latency and widest bandwidth audio experience in VoIP and real-time communication environments. These interop tests have successfully established seamless service delivery between web-based communication services and traditional VoIP/SIP trunks to all Yealink IP phones.
“This will ensure that the business user receives the best quality audio experience from their underlying broadband environment, ultimately receiving hi-fi quality audio calls over a broadband network,” added Broomhall. Yealink T4S series Desktop IP phones, including the T41S, T42S, T46S and T48S, all support extended functions such as USB call recording, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity for more flexibility and functionalities. Yealink media phone series, T5 series, including SIP-T54S, SIP-T52S, SIP-T56A, SIP-T58A, SIP-T58V, with a heads-up LCD color screen design that allow users to view and access screen easily and to check contact info at a glance. Additionally, the T58V(T58A) are equipped with 7 inch (1024 x 600) capacitive adjustable touch screen and 720p@30fps HD video. The multimedia Video Phones, T58V/T58A/T56A are run on Android 5.1.1.
About Far South Networks Far South Networks is a South African manufacturer of next-generation IP telephony platforms. Far South Networks products integrate robust telephony hardware with open standards based telephony software applications, providing the business user with cost effective, full-featured, reliable and easy to use platforms for the converged telephony market. Far South Networks products comply with international certification standards. For more information visit: http://www.farsouthnet.com.
About Yealink Yealink (Stock Code: 300628) is a global leading unified communication (UC) 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 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. Linkedin | Facebook | Twitter