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Published on July 30th, 2010 | by Alexis Argent

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Yealink Unleashes Wireless Headset Control EHS36

Yealink Unleashes Wireless Headset Control EHS36

Specialist VoIP manufacturer Yealink has launched an adaptor which enables functions on its popular T26P and T28P IP telephones to be controlled via Jabra and Plantronics wireless headsets.

Approved for use by both of the market-dominating headset brands the new EHS36 offers two interfaces, enabling connection to Jabra units via an RJ45 output port and Plantronics models through a 3.5mm port.

Priced competitively it features plug and play set up to quickly and easily releases wireless functionality so that calls via the Yealink phones may be directed to, answered and terminated using the headset.

The launch is seen by Yealink as further releasing the potential of its feature rich yet affordable IP telephones, given the growing appetite for productivity enhancing wireless headsets and Jabra and Plantronics’ massive presence in the market. It is anticipating broad demand given increasing pressure to maximise efficiencies across a range of private and public sector organisations. These include government, educational, industrial and general businesses ranging from SMEs to Blue Chips and embracing specific applications such as call centres and receptions.

Further details and downloads are available from the VoIPon website on the Yealink page.

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