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TMCNet:  Phoenix Audio Technologies Announces Technology Alliance with Blue Jeans Network

[January 21, 2013]

Phoenix Audio Technologies Announces Technology Alliance with Blue Jeans Network

BURBANK, Calif. --(Business Wire)--

Phoenix Audio Technologies (News - Alert), a world leader in real-time audio solutions, today announced a newly-formed technology alliance with Blue Jeans Network, the world leader in interoperable video conferencing services.

Blue Jeans Network (www.bluejeans.com) has tested Phoenix Audio Technologies' Quattro, Duet, and Solo product lines and has found their superior audio quality compatible with the Blue Jeans Network video conferencing solution.

"Blue Jeans is a technology leader in the vieo conferencing industry," says Jonathan Boaz, Phoenix Audio Technologies' VP of Sales and Marketing. "We see great importance in creating technology partnerships with the leaders of our industry."


According to James Matheson, VP of Marketing at Blue Jeans Network: "Phoenix Audio is an innovator in audio communication solutions and we are happy to align our technologies for the benefit of our customers."

Phoenix Audio Technologies provides real HD audio (16KHz) on all personal and conference room speakerphones.

About Phoenix Audio Technologies

Founded in 2004, Phoenix Audio Technologies is an innovator of audio communication solutions for Voice Over IP (VoIP), Web Conferencing, and Video Conferencing applications. Phoenix develops Microphones, Speakerphones, Audio Conferencing Mixers, Software, PCI (News - Alert) products, and other audio accessories that improve the performance of existing conferencing devices. The company's products enable people to communicate freely and naturally with easy to use, plug-and-play devices. More information is available at http://www.phnxaudio.com


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