ClearOne introduces CHAT 70 personal speakerphone for Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.
Worldwide Computer Products News-30 March 2009-ClearOne introduces CHAT 70 personal speakerphone for Microsoft Office Communications Server Microsoft Office Communications Server, MOCS, (formerly Live Communications Server) is an enterprise real-time communications server, providing instant messaging and collaboration functionality. It is originally a spin-off from the then new feature in Exchange Server 2000. 2007(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD LTD 1 Laron-type dwarfism 2 Leukotriene D 3 Long-term depression, see there 4. Long-term disability http://www.m2.com
ClearOne (Nasdaq:CLRO), a provider of audio conferencing solutions, has announced the CHAT 70, a new personal speakerphone designed for use with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.
As a Certified Partner in the Microsoft Partner Program, ClearOne has been releasing audio solutions that support users of Microsoft's unified communications platform. The CHAT 70 is the company's newest audio product to be qualified as Optimised for Microsoft Office Communicator Microsoft Office Communicator is an integrated enterprise communications client, enabling information workers to communicate in real time through the use of instant messaging (IM), voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and videoconferencing. , following the CHAT 170 group conferencing speakerphone, announced in January 2009.
According to the company, the CHAT 70 personal speakerphone connects via USB USB
in full Universal Serial Bus
Type of serial bus that allows peripheral devices (disks, modems, printers, digitizers, data gloves, etc.) to be easily connected to a computer. to laptops or PCs for hands-free audio communication. It delivers full-duplex capability for clear communications and provides convenient, high-quality audio for users of Office Communicator 2007.
The speakerphone contains HDConference, ClearOne's suite of high-performance audio technologies that features full duplex, echo cancellation, noise reduction and adaptive modeling. In addition, it delivers plug-and-play operation, requiring no software or drivers to be installed.
The CHAT 70 has a suggested retail price of USD159.99 and will begin shipping before the end of March 2009.
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