White Paper: Plantronics
Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) is a 1.9 gigahertz technology which is often referred to as being “interference-free” since it does not share spectrum with other technologies such as Wi-Fi networks. It utilizes a dedicated part of the wireless spectrum to provide high levels of security and audio quality in enterprise office and home environments. This whitepaper provides insights on how to achieve truly secure communications with DECT-compliant solutions also outlining the security weaknesses of basic DECT products. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Meeting the need for enhanced DECT security Standard DECT security features Enhanced DECT security features Ease of enterprise deployment and management
White Paper: Clear One
Beamforming is a signal processing technique carried out by a processor using input from the beamforming microphone array. Advanced beamforming techniques employ interference patterns to change the directionality of the array, so that information collected from the various microphones can be combined to give preference to the expected acoustic patterns. With good design and engineering, it’s now possible to employ an advanced microphone array system to capture desired sounds and produce a highly intelligible, superior-quality audio signal. This whitepaper focuses on beam-forming as a method of sensing and filtering acoustic waves for enterprise video and telephone conferencing applications. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: The Emergence of Beamforming for Conferencing Applications World’s First Professional-Grade, 24-Element Beamforming Microphone Array Emerging techniques and technologies to improve the capture and processing of acoustic patterns The Ultimate in Teleconferencing Sound Quality
White Paper: CLARITY CONNECT
Past several decades showed nothing much of improvement in the technological perspective of the telephony technology. Though the presence of archaic PBX system still consumes a major part of market share, the present day Unified Communications however promises much more to offer with its major upheaval. PBX hardware for contact centers will be nearly vestigial in a few years – Skype for Business will be better for your contact center in the future, even if it doesn’t look like the hardware you may be used to with phone wires sticking out of it. Learn how a Skype for business contact center is a great fit for: • Multi-channel communications • Cloud contact centers • Development and extensibility • Employee mobility • Significant cost savings Read this informative white paper on what you can accomplish with a Skype for Business contact center.