Yealink, a leading provider of enterprise communication and collaboration solutions, has announced the release of the W90 DECT IP Multi-Cell System. This system provides a seamless handover and industry-leading roaming solution for all scenarios, including warehouses, hospitals, hotels, supermarkets chains, cruises, authorised car dealerships, offices, retail floors, etc.
The Yealink W90 DECT IP Multi-Cell System brings seamless stability. The external antennas bring further signal range, industry-leading coverage, and flexible steering for complex areas, which truly saves amount and cost of bases in deployment. In poor signal transmission environment and strong signal interference, the Lan Sync guarantees stable roaming and the Range Max ensures frictionless voice.
Available for 1DM, 60 bases, 250 handsets and 250 parallel calls, the Yealink W90 DECT IP Multi-Cell System is tailored for large space and multi-locations & bases, delivering unified communicating solution especially for warehouses, hospitals, hotels, supermarkets chains, cruises, authorised car dealerships, offices, retail formats, etc. Virtual machines and more bases will be supported in the future, boarding the coverage once more.
The Yealink W90 DECT IP Multi-Cell System provides easier and faster setup for users: the DECT Deployment Toolkit for quick base location, IP discovery tool for quickly getting IP of DM, and auto sync level for self-organising network without manual operation. Besides， bulk registration of handsets is available by importing csv document. Instead of complex steps, it takes less time from deployment to daily management for large system.
The Yealink W90 DECT IP Multi-Cell System supports various devices: W53H, W56H, W59R, CP930W, DD Phone, which definitely matches different employee roles and full scenes communicating demand from mobile, desk to conference with flexible scalability.
Multiple Phone Books
The Yealink W90 DECT IP Multi-Cell System offers easy access to multiple phone books, including Local Directory, Remote Phonebook, LDAP, and XML Phonebook. Additionally, it is broadly compatible with PBX contacts.