VoIP News Update | September 2021 – Zoom, Grandstream and more!

In this month’s VoIP News Update, we take a look at new products and partnerships! Everything from new Grandstream releases to Jabra products being Zoom Certified and more!

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Mary Chaney:
Hey everybody, it’s Mary Chaney, marketing manager here at VoIP Supply. And we’re back with another VoIP News Update. All right so, we’re wrapping up the summer here and we’re starting to get into fall. And our partners that we work with are making some awesome announcements. So, we’re really excited to bring you some of the new products and partnership announcements that have been and released just this week.
Mary Chaney:
So, we’re going to kick this off with Jabra and Zoom. They announced a new certification program for the two companies. They’re joining together to bring you an audio/visual experience. And we couldn’t be more excited about this. The Zoom hardware certification program includes third-party testing. As well as testing in Zoom certified labs. This really ensures that the devices that are being certified on the platforms are offering the most superior audio and visual experience for you. One of the devices that we’ve talked about on previous VoIP News Updates is the PanaCast 50. This is one of just many of the Jabra devices that are now certified on Zoom.
Mary Chaney:
So, what does the certification mean for you as the customer or the reseller who’s selling these devices? It really means that it’s going to guarantee that the devices that are certified on the Zoom platform for Jabra are going to offer a guaranteed user experience and to ensure that those devices are working across the platform, and there are no glitches that are going to happen. This also provides the user with a richer support function and ongoing firmware updates.
Mary Chaney:
So, how will you know if these devices are certified? If you check out Zoom’s website, if you check out Jabra’s website or VoIP Supply’s website, we’ll provide you with a list or a category that tells you which devices are certified. They will also be marked with a Zoom certified badge.
Mary Chaney:
So, congratulations to Zoom and Jabra. We couldn’t be more excited about this. We’re looking forward to seeing what other devices become Zoom certified in the near future.
Mary Chaney:
Up next, we’re going to talk about some new products that are going to be released by Grandstream. So, we’re going to start off with Grandstream’s WP825 cordless wifi phone and it’s ruggedized! So, it’s drop-proof up to two meters. It has wifi and Bluetooth technology. Push-to-talk capabilities for rapid communication. It has eight hours of talk time and 200 hours of standby time. It has two SIP accounts and three soft keys. It also supports advanced roaming protocols. So, a couple more important features of this phone are that it has an IP67 rating. It is completely dustproof. It’s waterproof to temporary immersion in water. So, don’t leave it in the water overnight.
Mary Chaney:
So, again, this is a brand new release from Grandstream. We’re super excited, especially about the fact that it is ruggedized.
Mary Chaney:
Grandstream will also be releasing two other products in the near future, the GWN7660 Wi-Fi 6 Access Point. And the GAC2570 conference phone. We don’t have a ton of information about these two devices yet, but they are coming soon.
Mary Chaney:
We have included what information we do have in the links in the description below. Also, if you haven’t checked out Grandstream’s GWN Cloud Management system, it’s a really neat place where you can manage all your devices in the cloud. A lot of the products that we’ve talked about on previous VoIP News Updates, as well as today, are available for you to manage directly through that platform.

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