Jabra SPEAK 410 Now Avaya Compliant

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: July 26, 2011

Jabra SPEAK 410 Now Avaya Compliant

Jabra, a Danish manufacturer of hands-free audio solutions, has announced that the Jabra SPEAK 410 USB Speakerphone is now considered to be fully compliant with one-X Communicator from Avaya.

The JABRA SPEAK 410 USB Speakerphone is a voice solution that supports one-on-one and small-group conference calls. It provides true wideband sound quality and 360 degree coverage during audio sessions so everyone is heard no matter where they are seated. It also comes with integrated call controls and allows users to mute the phone and adjust the volume levels ads needed.

Jabra was able to achieve compliance through the Avaya DevConnect Program, a special initiative designed to facilitate the development, marketing and sales of third-party products that are compatible with Avaya technology. Jabra is a Platinum Member of the program, and was therefore eligible to submit the speakerphone to the Avaya Solution Interoperability and Test Lab.

Chris Briglin, the Vice President of Strategic Alliances at Jabra, released a brief public statement on the matter. He stated that “The Jabra SPEAK 410 makes effective, spontaneous collaboration possible for Avaya one-X Communicator users in virtually any work environment.” He also declared that “Its compact design, clear sound quality and integrated call control makes it easy for Avaya one-X Communicator users to launch and use, whether in the office or on the road.”

Jabra is an official brand of GN Netcom, a worldwide leader of headset solutions and audio technology. Their full line of products include wireless headsets for mobile users and wireless and wireless and corded headsets for small businesses.
 

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