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Yealink to attend Integrated Systems Europe 2015

Yealink’s brand new full HD video conferencing system – the ground-breaking VC series – will make its world debut
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Xiamen, China – Yealink, the global #2 SIP phone provider, has announced that it will be unveiling a highly-innovative brand new product designed specifically for SME market when it attends Integrated System Europe 2015 (ISE) on 10-12 February, 2015, at the Amsterdam RAI, NL, Netherlands.

For more than a decade, ISE has been a prestigious stage for professional AV and electronic systems integration in Europe and around the world. Yealink is taking this unique opportunity to debut its brand new full HD video conferencing system – the VC series.

Based on the Easy Collaboration concept, the VC series has been developed as a leading IP-based conferencing solution designed specifically for busy SMEs that need to communicate clearly between remote offices and with distant partners and customers. The Yealink VC series helps business users to achieve a perfect commercial balance between high-quality, ease-of-use and much greater cost-efficiency.

To bring the VC series to market, Yealink has invested heavily in advanced HD video technologies that deliver a realistic presence for remote participants. Providing full-compatibility, VC series will extend your current conferencing environment to include desktops using PCs, and/or video phones, plus the use of smart phones or PC tablets located anywhere globally.

In a further bold move to improve user experience, the Yealink VC series cuts out complicated procedures and instead delivers Intuitive Operation. This means that nearly all operations can be carried out in just three simple steps. Yealink is also pleased to point out that its new VC series involves no additional dedicated networks, licenses and update costs.

Do come and meet us at our exhibit in Hall 9, Booth A122 to find out more about the Yealink VC series. We will be delighted to see you.

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