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Jabra' Headsets and Speakerphones Now Offer Integrated Call Control with Latest Cisco Jabber 9.6 for Windows

January 08, 2014

Jabra (News - Alert), a manufacturer of hands-free communications solutions, stated that its range of headsets and speakerphones have been now tweaked to deliver integrated call-control with the latest Cisco (News - Alert) Jabber 9.6 for Windows and other virtual environments.


The move is part of the company’s recent move to integrate as many of its audio devices with Cisco solutions. Jabra has already completed the Cisco certification process for its headsets prompting it to offer a comprehensive USB, Bluetooth and DECT (News - Alert) offering on key audio devices.

The Cisco Jabber is designed to let users to access presence, instant messaging (IM), voice, video, voice messaging, desktop sharing and conferencing. It can help users find the right people, along with the status of availability, and collaborate using their preferred method. With the Cisco Jabber now available for virtual environments, Cisco has supposedly enabled customers to deliver a complete ‘anywhere’ desktop to their employees, without sacrificing the exceptional enterprise capabilities they have come to expect.

Chris Briglin, vice president of strategic alliances at Jabra, remarked, “Building on Cisco’s software and Jabra’s headsets, businesses will have a broader portfolio of validated solutions designed to meet their individual needs and budget requirements. Jabra is dedicated to enhancing the user experience by developing audio devices that allow customers to appreciate the full collaborative value of unified communication, regardless of where they work or how they connect to the network.”

Jabra asserted that it worked with Cisco to develop quality audio end-points that complement Cisco’s collaboration solutions with a superior user experience. Its status as a Cisco Preferred Solutions Developer enables the companies’ mutual customers to derive the full business potential of their Cisco collaborations solution.

Also the continued integration of Jabra audio devices with Cisco solutions only offers businesses more easy choices over communication infrastructure and can also increase the productivity of their end-users at the same time. 




Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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