SNOM to Demonstrate PC Pairing 'Better Together' Features on Its Microsoft Lync-Qualified Desktop Phones at WPC 2013

snom technology AG, a leading developer of IP business phones, today announced that its snom UC edition phones now feature expanded calling, collaboration and integration capabilities with Microsoft Lync. snom is introducing new firmware that supports enhanced PC pairing via Ethernet “better together” unified communications features on its Lync qualified devices including click-to-dial, call transfer and ad-hoc conferencing where users drag and drop Lync contacts from their snom desktop phone into the Lync 2013 client for conference calls. Click here to read the full Press Release.



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