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Yealink Sets Sights on VCaaS with Meeting Server Release
Yealink (News - Alert) cut its proverbial teeth developing exceptional IP endpoints, from your conference room video conferencing solutions to the IP phone sitting on your desk. Built on ambition and innovation, the China-based firm is spreading its presence in the video conferencing space with the recent announcement of the Yealink Meeting Server.
The new release is a cloud-based video conferencing infrastructure developed to support HD video conferencing needs of the enterprise. Utilizing distributed cloud architecture, the newly revealed solution offers flexibility, reliability and security, while being pocket friendly.
Building on a deep history of future forward and feature rich solutions, the Yealink Meeting Server offers various conferencing modes, making joining, scheduling or running a video conference session as user friendly as possible.
In addition, the Yealink Meeting Server is interoperable with a wide array of devices, and remote device management is supported to allow administrators the ability to work efficiently while reducing cost and provides the convenience of collaboration from a device of your choosing.
Concerned about security? Yealink leverages TLS, HTTPS, SRTP and dynamic passwords, and promises reliability by using ICE, TRUN, NAT and STUN for traversal.
“VCaaS is the trend of communication industry. As a response to the trend, we launch the Yealink Meeting Server today to provide customers with more flexible and functional VC collaboration solution,” said Stone Lu (News - Alert), Vice President of Yealink. “With multiple competitive features, we are confident to hear positive feedbacks from our customers.”
One could be so bold to declare 2017 the year of Yealink, and momentum is a powerful force. From the release of its innovative T5 Smart Media Phone series, to its current foray into the cloud era with the announcement of the Yealink Meeting Server, this future forward firm is cementing its place as a preeminent provider of communications solutions.
Edited by Alicia Young