Yealink is updating its DECT phone offerings by issuing end of sales (EoS) announcements for particular models and suggesting new models. In this article, we inform you of all the details of this process, and what to keep in mind as you examine how to make the most of your investment in Yealink’s DECT infrastructure.
Yealink has once again awarded TeleDynamics its highest distributorship ranking for 2022. This marks the sixth year in a row that TeleDynamics has achieved this recognition, and the seventh time overall. We have been able to achieve and sustain this distinction because of the large volume of Yealink products we sell, our ability to keep plenty of stock on hand, and the premium service that we provide to customers.
In this article we provide a brief review of some of the innovative Yealink solutions we carry, as well as the value-added services we provide to our customers.
There are many businesses that require wireless telephony on their premises. Hospitals, hotels, warehouses, universities, and a multitude of manufacturing environments require employees to maintain a high level of mobility within an enterprise’s facilities while simultaneously maintaining their reachability via the internal phone system.
For such environments, a DECT-based system is arguably the simplest turn-key solution. Snom has made such a solution even simpler and highly scalable with its M900 DECT base station.
TeleDynamics is proud to distribute Snom products in the United States. Headquartered in Berlin, Germany, it has subsidiaries in the U.S. and other countries and serves customers worldwide. In this article, we highlight the innovation and inventiveness that are instilled within Snom’s products and services today.
Over the years, Yealink has repeatedly redefined business communications and collaboration, introducing new and innovative solutions. Yealink has done this once again with the introduction of the UC Workstation, a truly revolutionary step in improving workspace and employee productivity.
Here we examine some of the most intriguing features of this new product that will help to get your business to the next level of productivity.
Dealing with pesky cords is a common frustration of conference phones. If you want to place the phone in the middle of a conference room, you either need an electrical outlet located in the middle of the floor, or you need to bring in an extension cord. And then you need to be careful not to trip over it!
That’s why we love the Snom C620 conference phone. It uses DECT 6.0 technology for a completely wireless conferencing experience. Even the detachable microphones are cordless, allowing for more effective collaboration without the frustration factor. In this article, we take a look at this robust and flexible conferencing device.
With advanced audio features, the Snom C520 conference phone is one of the most versatile conference phones on the market. Its expandability enables high-quality conferencing for close to 100 participants! In this article, we take a look at this remarkable conference phone.
In this article we take a look at the Panasonic KX-TPA68 SIP-DECT cordless desk phone, a next-generation cordless communication terminal designed for the KX-TGP600 SIP-DECT cordless phone system. Keep reading to learn about some of the features that makes this modern and elegant desk phone ideal for all types of small to medium-sized businesses.
The Snom M700 DECT base station is ideal for companies requiring wireless coverage across multiple floors or throughout large buildings. Extensible to more than 250 base stations per installation and up to 1,000 connected handsets, this wireless telephony solution can serve organizations of literally all sizes. Its powerful DECT signal can traverse floors and walls, so the sky is literally the limit on how high the system can go! We review the Snom M700 base station, the Snom M5 repeaters, and the compatible cordless handsets (M85, M65 and M25) in this article.
Two years after Yealink launched its T5 series of smart media phones, Yealink has updated this series to deliver even more productivity-focused features that will aid all levels of middle to upper management and high call-volume users. We take a look at the new models in this article.