Sennheiser Exhibiting Sophisticated Unified Communications Headsets and Speakerphones at Microsoft World Partner Conference
Sennheiser, a leading provider of premium headsets and speakerphone solutions, is demonstrating its line of premium business headsets and speakerphones at the Microsoft World Partner Conference on July 10 to 14, taking place in Toronto, Canada. Sennheiser’s Contact Center and Office division will be located at booth #630 at the event.
The company will exhibit its portfolio of audio solutions designed to enhance unified communications networking through sophisticated audio technology. All of the Sennheiser headsets are compatible with Microsoft Skype for Business and other major industry platforms, ideal for unified communications environments. Its models incorporate sophisticated noise cancelling characteristics, and offer exceptional voice intelligibility facilitated by a complex system of directional microphones. This allows Sennheiser’s products to deliver an effective user and listener experience, even when that user finds him or herself facing challenging elements such a windy outdoor corridor.
At the WPC booth, attendees can test the newly updated PRESENCE™ models, which incorporate Sennheiser’s WindSafe™ technology. This capability dynamically selects the best mix of the three microphones to optimize voice and decrease wind noise to ensure the clearest possible sound is delivered to the listener. PRESENCE has been improved to more effectively reduce background noise and provide the consistent, clear listening experience that professional communication demands.
In addition to the new PRESENCE models, the full Sennheiser CC&O portfolio encompasses wired, wireless, Bluetooth and DECT headsets. This includes the D 10 series; the SD wireless, Century, Circle, and Culture models; plus Sennheiser’s SP 10 and SP 20 mobile speakerphones, which provide flexible “plug and play” audio conferencing for SMB offices.
“It’s an honor, as usual, to be part of the Microsoft WPC event,” said Andreas Bach, president of Sennheiser Communications A/S. “We look forward to advancing a dialog on how premium audio can help drive productivity in the workplace, moving end-users toward the modern, omnipresent mobile communications networks we predict will support the offices of the future.”