Back in May we reviewed Yealink’s innovative T5 smart media phones. Now, Yealink has introduced the Version 40 firmware upgrade for these phones, adding to an already impressive arsenal of features and functionalities.
By Phil Bowers, Senior Marketing Manager, Grandstream Networks
For many businesses, video conferencing has traditionally been seen as being a pipe dream – something they would love to be able to utilize but cannot because of a variety of factors. But not anymore: the video conferencing marketplace is currently going through a major transformation.
Part 2 of 2 in a series on video conferencing
Last week, we looked at room-installed video conferencing systems. In this article, we look at video phones – and we’re not referring to a Beyoncé song, but rather SIP (session initiation protocol) endpoints that give users video-conferencing capability from their desktop. Here we offer a comparison between the Grandstream GXV3240 and GXV3275, and the Yealink T49G.
Part 1 of 2: Room Systems
If it’s been a while since you’ve looked into videoconferencing equipment, now might be a good time to take a fresh look. Over the past five years, the pricing has come down to an easily accessible level, and the systems are now more interoperable with other hardware and apps than ever before.