ClearOne Introduces New VoIP Interface for Professional Audio Conferencing Systems

Updated: January 07, 2011

SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ClearOne (Nasdaq: CLRO), the leading global provider of audio conferencing solutions, today announced the Converge Pro VH20, the newest member of ClearOne's Professional Conferencing family of products. The VH20 provides a direct connection between Converge Pro audio conferencing systems and VoIP PBX phone systems so that users can transport audio signals across their IP networks. The VH20 easily links with any of ClearOne's Converge Pro products to create a complete audio conferencing system that can quickly be integrated with Cisco, Avaya and many other VoIP PBX phone systems for 100% interoperability. The Converge Pro VH20 delivers wideband audio for rich and crystal clear sound, provides guaranteed quality of service (QoS), and ensures full security with TLS, AES and SRTP encryption. These features combine to deliver the most advanced professional quality VoIP audio interface available on the market today.

"The majority of enterprise phone systems currently being implemented utilize converged voice-and-data networks to support today's advanced communication services," said Scott Woolley, Product Marketing Director, Professional Audio, at ClearOne. "The addition of the VH20 to the Converge Pro product line makes our HDConference(TM) audio quality available to organizations using these converged communication systems."

The Converge Pro VH20 is now available for shipment. MSRP of the Converge Pro VH20 is $1,195. Contact ClearOne Sales at 800-707-6994, Option 1 for more information.

About ClearOne

ClearOne Communications Inc. is a communications solutions company that develops and sells audio conferencing systems and related products for audio, video and web conferencing applications. The reliability, flexibility and performance of ClearOne's comprehensive solutions create a natural communications environment that saves organizations time and money by enabling more effective and efficient communication. For additional information, access www.clearone.com.

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