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TMCNet:  VoIP Supply Excited by the Release of the New LifeSize Icon 600 Series

[February 01, 2013]

VoIP Supply Excited by the Release of the New LifeSize Icon 600 Series

Buffalo, NY, Feb 01, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- The new LifeSize Icon 600 was released this week to make video conferencing an easier, frustration free experience and the best part is, users can enjoy it at a lower price.

All four versions of the Icon 600 have been designed around the user experience and provide a simplified interface.

This focus on the user has resulted in a LifeSize video conferencing solution that makes managing and scheduling video calls, joining a large meeting and searching for contacts fast and easy.

Some of the ways the LifeSize Icon 600 achieves this is through: A personalized meeting schedule appears on the home screen so that users can just walk in and start a call with the click of a button.

Convenient meeting reminders pop up so that an important video conference again is never missed again.

An integrated meeting listing allows for quick searching and joining a large meeting.

A unified directory for name-based dialing, search functionality and the ability to pin contacts as favorites.


"The simplified interface and user experience of the LifeSize Icon 600 really opens up video conferencing to everyone," said Tom Costelloe, LifeSize Product Manager at VoIP Supply.

The cameras that the Icon 600 utilizes are targeted towards conference rooms, both large and small, while the Icon 600 versions with the 10X camera are better suited for large rooms. The compact size of the codec and the mountable option also make the LifeSize Icon very flexible when it comes to installing it.

For more information about the LifeSize Icon 600 available through VoIP Supply, call toll free 855-820-8006, visit http://www.voipsupply.com/lifesize-icon-600 or, email andria (at) voipsupply (dot) com.

About VoIP Supply A Certified B Corporation, VoIP Supply, LLC (http://www.voipsupply.com) is a division of Sayers Technology Holdings and is North America's leading supplier of VoIP equipment and integrated communication systems for businesses of all sizes, service providers and resellers. Widely recognized for its depth of product knowledge and industry expertise, VoIP Supply sets the standard for vertical E-tailing - providing value-based pricing across its comprehensive product catalog, expert technical support, rapid product provisioning and installation, global logistics services and market-making promotions for manufacturers of all sizes. In addition to technology and service prowess VoIP Supply is a local leader, landing on several Buffalo Business First newspaper's lists including Western New York's Most Admired Companies, a five-time Best Places to Work nominee, and eight consecutive years on the list of WNY's Top Private Companies; entering the top 50 in 2012. VoIP Supply has been recognized for its continued growth as a three-time Inc. 500/5000 honoree and rankings on the Entrepreneur Magazine Hot 100 and CRN Fast Growth 100 lists plus three consecutive Business First Fast Track 50 awards. Service accolades include a TMC Vendor Supplier of the Year award for excellence in delivering VoIP solutions and an Infotech Niagara BETA Star award for entrepreneurism in providing innovative products and services.

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