Xiamen, China – December 22, 2015 – Yealink, the global leading unified communication (UC) terminal solution provider, and Sangoma continued their deepened cooperation by announcing the latest Yealink phone models for FreePBX’s solution. After successful interoperability testing, Yealink now offers even richer phone models for FreePBX resellers, users and partners, ranging from conference phones to desktop phones to wireless DECT phones.
As an open-source GPL and web-based PBX solution, FreePBX can run in the cloud or on-site. Its openness allows for robust communications solutions that are easy to implement, customize and support. The FreePBX and Yealink partnership combines the benefits of the FreePBX platform with Yealink’s choice-and-feature rich phone terminals, addressing the communication needs of all sizes and types of environments from small SOHO businesses to multi-location enterprises and call centers. Yealink’s supported phones include the following:
- CP860, the “Diamond Clear” audio conference solution for small and medium-sized meeting rooms;
- W52P DECT phone, a wireless solution with ECO technology for mobility needs;
- Ultra-elegant T4 series of desktop phones with a graceful design and rich features, including the SIP-T41P, SIP-T42G, SIP-T46G and SIP-T48G;
- Business-grade T2 series of entry-level desktop phones with robust performance and cost-efficiency, including the SIP-T21P E2, SIP-T23G, SIP-T27P and SIP-T29G.
“With FreePBX, the world’s most popular open source PBX, Sangoma delivers a platform that allows organizations to build communications solutions to fit their needs,” said Preston McNair, vice president of sales at Sangoma. “By extending our relationship with Yealink, we are building on a collaborative alliance of Certified Hardware and Software Partners, that have been instrumental in the adoption of FreePBX worldwide and have delivered on the promise of an open standards-based UC solution for businesses of all sizes.”
“We at Yealink are pleased to see deepened cooperation with FreePBX through our expanded FreePBX-supported phone array,” said Stone Lu, Vice President of Yealink. “Our relationship with FreePBX reflects our consistent pursuit of the broadest possible compatibility and reliable yet flexible VoIP solutions,” he added. “We look forward to future cooperation with FreePBX as we jointly promote our solutions worldwide.”
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