Businesses Will Benefit From High-Quality, Low-Cost Telephony Solutions
Yealink, the global top 5 SIP Phone provider, is pleased to announce a new partnership with the FreeSWITCH project. In addition to giving financial support, Yealink will be offering engineering and other technical resources that will allow Yealink devices to take full advantage of the power of the FreeSWITCH open source IP communications platform. Enterprises employing a VoIP infrastructure based on the combination of FreeSWITCH-powered servers and Yealink phones will benefit from the value of high quality at a low cost.
"FreeSWITCH is designed to facilitate people communicating with one another," notes Anthony Minessale, architect and lead developer of FreeSWITCH. "By definition this means that FreeSWITCH must be able to inter-operate with many different devices. Being able to work directly with a corporate like Yealink allows us to improve the process of connecting devices - and people - to one another."
“Yealink have been working tirelessly to ensure our worth as a leading competitor in VoIP products and solutions on a global scale. We are very pleased to be able to work with world-renowned partners like FreeSWITCH. The combination of Yealink and FreeSWITCH will certainly open a new world for our global customers and allow them to connect with anyone, anytime, anywhere,” added Stone Lu, Yealink Executive Vice President. Yealink is a Silver Sponsor of the ClueCon open source IP communications conference that will be held in Chicago, August 6-8, 2013. More information is available at www.ClueCon.com.
Founded in 2001, Yealink, the Global Top5 SIP Phone Provider and a leading provider of VoIP Phone and IP communication solutions, has been focusing on VoIP products characterized by reliable quality, easy deployment and affordable price for over a decade. Today, customers from over 140 countries rely on Yealink as the backbone of global collaboration to extend the value of network communications. For more information, please visit: www.yealink.com.
First released in January 2006, FreeSWITCH has grown to become the world's premier open source soft-switching platform. This versatile platform is used to power voice, video, and chat communications on devices ranging from single calls on the Rasbperry Pi to large server clusters handling thousands of calls. FreeSWITCH powers a number of commercial products, including Barracuda Networks' CudaTel Communications Server. Released under the business-friendly MPL 1.1 open source license, FreeSWITCH is continuing the open source telephony revolution that is occurring worldwide. For more information, please visit: www.freeswitch.org.