EPOS has announced its new partnership with Chromebook and has also added new certifications for ADAPT 360, ADAPT 460, ADAPT 560, ADAPT 660 and EXPAND 80 with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise.
EPOS enters Chromebook’s Works With Chromebook program with two headsets newly certified for Chromebooks. The first headsets to receive this certification are the IMPACT SC 230 and IMPACT SC 260 USB headsets with single and double-sided options.
Optimised for Unified Communications, the IMPACT 200 line features noise-cancelling microphones and delivers natural-sounding conversations through EPOS’ advanced audio technology. Certification is done through robust audio testing in a 3rdparty lab and ensures enhanced audio performance with Chromebooks.
Theis Mørk, Vice President of Product Management at EPOS said, “this new partnership and certification of our headsets for Chromebooks highlights our commitment to designing superior audio solutions, engineered to connect people intuitively and effectively.”
Together with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, EPOS has also completed compatibility tests to guarantee the most effective interoperability between certified EPOS headsets and Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise. These follow the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise guidelines for certification. The devices are tested acoustically and for Call Control functionality and interoperability with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Soft Phones Clients and support additional features like Answer Call, End Call, Mutes Sync, Volume control etc. This certification with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise completes a full portfolio of certified headsets and conference devices that are supporting modern hybrid workplaces.
For the Rainbow by Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Soft Phone Client, a cloud-based communication platform that empowers organisations and individuals to connect and collaborate efficiently with colleagues, business contacts, and customers, the Call Control interoperability is provided through the EPOS Connect application.
Theis added, “We are thrilled to announce further certifications of our leading audio solution for our Strategic Alliance partner Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise. It is an important step for us to provide a full portfolio of high-quality products for modern workers.
Samuel Tourbot, Head of the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Cloud Business Engine said, “our main objective has always been to deliver intuitive, simple and convenient communication solutions to our customers. The partnership with EPOS is making our mission even more tangible than before, delivering the capability to use extended call control features directly from their hardware.”