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Plantronics Manager Pro Security Overview

White Paper: Plantronics

Plantronics takes security seriously and understands how important the responsibility of safeguarding data is to the customers, and takes comprehensive measures to protect them. Plantronics contracts with respected security firms who perform regular audits of the Plantronics Manager Pro services to verify that its security practices are sound, and to monitor its services for new vulnerabilities discovered by the security research community. This whitepaper gives an overview of Plantronics Manager Pro Security and its different practices. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: CONFIDENTIALITY-Plantronics Manager Pro requires limited employee access PERSONNEL PRACTICES-Plantronics conducts background checks and other personnel practices COMPLIANCE-With the security-related audits and certifications DATA RETENTION-To support the functionality of Plantronics Manager Pro

Achieving truly secure communications with DECT-compliant solutions

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

Effective Audio For Video Conferencing

White Paper: Clear One

For the success of any audio conference, the quality of the voice transmission line is crucial. Voice quality in a video conference is impacted by the acoustics of at least two rooms – the caller and the listener. Today, most audio conferencing endpoint products (speakers, microphones, and audio mixing controls) are full-duplex systems, providing the same kind of interaction one gets from the telephone, with important improvements. This whitepaper addresses what needs to be done with audio to make it effective in all situations so users can clearly hear everyone involved in audio and video conferencing calls. Key takeaways from this whitepaper on “Audio Conferencing”: Audio Communications-Most critical portion of any conference Audio Conferencing Endpoint Equipment Achieving Good Audio Quality Audio is the Foundation

RAN Virtualization Goes Beyond C-RAN with RF Routing

White Paper: Dali Wireless

Radio Access Network (RAN) virtualization is a highly disruptive technology that will radically impact how wireless services are delivered. It will change the current ecosystem and market structure. RAN Virtualization will allow mobile operators to provide greater value to win and retain customers, reduce production cost per megabyte, and utilize available resources more efficiently. This whitepaper discusses the benefits and uses of RAN virtualization, and outlines how RF Router enables RAN Virtualization. Major trends driving in-building and high traffic density zone wireless Total market potential for equipment employing RAN virtualization RAN virtualization defined RF distribution enabling the concepts of a virtualized Radio Access Network architecture Virtualization is altering the way MNOs plan and roll out new services by providing a scalable, on demand alternative to the traditional architecture. 

Introducing A Digital Distributed Antenna System (DAS) For Public Safety In-Building Communications

White Paper: Dali Wireless

In today’s emergency services operation, reliable public safety communications are essential from dispatch to mission critical situations and from voice only capabilities to voice and data. Public safety communications have evolved from fire call boxes, analog land mobile radios (LMR) to digital LMRs and trunked radio systems. Therefore, a flexible, future-proof and reliable solution is required to satisfy the current requirements and future, next-gen public safety in-building requirements. This whitepaper on “The next generation digital public safety solution,” provides insights on Digital Distributed Antenna System (DAS), and how to meet the stringent requirements of reliability and the evolving needs of public safety including broadband, LTE and FirstNet. It discusses: Public safety broadband requirements including LTE, FirstNet and ESN Options for enhancing the public safety in-building coverage Digital Distributed Antenna System (DAS) – The Next Generation Approach Current and future Requirements of Public Safety In-Building Coverage Systems Hence the Distributed Antenna System approach enables public safety operators and integrators to meet today’s voice and data requirements while providing them with a seamless migration path to address the evolving needs.

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