announced a new addition to its portfolio of PRO Series wireless headset
solutions – the Jabra PRO 9450.
for businesses looking to make a smooth transition to Unified Communications in
mind, the new PRO Series model makes handling calls
from multiple hard and soft phones easier than ever.
9450, which is optimized for Microsoft Lync 2010, will be on display next week
at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Los
business organizations continue to realize the true value of Unified
Communications, the Jabra PRO 9450 is an ideal product for making the
transition to combine deskphones and UC softphones,” said Pete Fox, president and GM, Jabra
user-friendly device eliminates the stresses that are associated with making
the switch to Unified Communications and offers superior sound quality thanks
to state-of-the-art audio technology,” Pete added.
Jabra PRO 9450 allows users to answer calls in four different ways: when
away from their desks, using the headset; at their desks by pressing a button
on the headset base touch pad display; using Jabra Call Manager software; or
using computer keyboard shortcuts.
noise-cancelling microphone ensures that the user’s voice is heard clearly, and
wideband audio makes incoming calls sound crystal clear. And with a range
of up to 450 feet, the Jabra PRO 9450 frees users up to a new productive,
un-tethered work style.
is dedicated to supporting the launch of Lync optimized products, providing a
wide range of solutions for customers adopting unified communications
platforms,” said Kirk Gregersen, senior
director, Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Corp.