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Yealink Answering Gigabit Demand with T27G

December 01, 2016




In a competitive space like IP endpoints, there is no such thing as leaving well enough alone. Those focused on creating a diverse and feature rich portfolio come out on top, and those that do not suffer the consequences of second best. Yealink (News - Alert) for instance, a firm built on ambition and innovation, is not one to rest on its laurels. Case in point, today the IP Phone (News - Alert) provider announced enhancements to its T2 series of IP Phones.

“Yealink’s T2 series is a reliable desktop voice solution that includes the essence of our decade-long industry experience, and the phone line aims to provide the industry’s leading HD audio quality and great value for business users,” said Stone Lu (News - Alert), Vice President of Yealink.

The business-grade series of desktop IP Phones gains a new member, the T27G. The new addition comes ready to address the shift toward Gigabit Ethernet, as it is equipped with an integrated Gigabit Ethernet switch (GigE) – joining the T23G and T29G in that regard. The T27G also supports extended functions via USB like call recording, in addition to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.

“By enhancing the T2 line with the T27G, we offer our partners and business customers another robust endpoint choice that is future-ready and that protects their investment,” Lu illustrated. “Installed with our recently-released V81 firmware, our T2 series offers stronger HD audio performance, a better user experience and simpler management.”

Yealink’s newly unveiled T27G is currently available for purchase along with the rest of the T-series of desktop IP Phones.

IP Phones are an integral piece to completing the communications puzzle. The selections are many, but just as Goldilocks experienced, a little due diligence and the perfect fit you shall find. Yealink’s T2 series addresses various technology and budget needs, providing a feature rich, future forward IP Phone portfolio.

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Edited by Alicia Young
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