Sennheiser, Swyx Partner for Interoperability
Sennheiser and Swyx have come together to test and certify their products for interoperability.
The former company is a provider of audio solutions including headsets and speakerphones. The latter develops unified communication software for small to medium sized companies. Both are based in Germany.
“The full range of Sennheiser business products including wired, DECT-based and Bluetooth headsets and speakerphones have been comprehensively tested and certified by Swyx to guarantee seamless interoperability,” the companies announced. “Thanks to the successful certification, Sennheiser audio solutions for business can be used alongside the Swyx softphone client with plug and play simplicity. Whether in the office or on the go, users can transform their PC or laptop into an intuitive universal communication tool for more productive working.”
Now a Swyx Technology Alliance Program partner, Sennheiser will showcase its portfolio of compatible business solutions at the Swyx Partner and Technology Conference 2017 tomorrow in Bonn, Germany.
Sennheiser offers business headsets including the D 10, MB 660, SD wireless, Century, Circle, and Culture series. In addition to the Swyx certifications, Sennheiser’s headsets are certified for use with Skype for Business and are compatible with unified communications solutions from Avaya and Cisco. Sennheiser also provides speakerphone and audio conferencing products. That includes new SP 220 system, which supports up to 12 users; the SP 10/SP 20 speakerphones; and the TeamConnect Wireless conference system.
In other recent news from Sennheiser, the company has launched the AMBEO for VR Partnership Program. This effort was established to ensure seamless production workflows for virtual reality and augmented reality productions. Its partners include video manufacturer Zoom, which is offering the AMBEO A-B conversion software in its F8 and by the end of the year ts F4 field recorders; motion picture equipment specialist Aaton Digital, which will ensure AMBEO for VR compatibility for its Cantar X3 and CantarMini audio recorders; VR camera and live streaming companies Orah (formerly VideoStitch) and Sphericam; VR mixing plug-ins provider Noise Makers; and Harpex.
Edited by Mandi Nowitz