snom technology AG says VXi Corp.s corded headset products have passed interoperability tests. Theyre now approved for use with all of snom’s desktop VoIP phones.
snom’s interoperability includes the VXi Passport 10V, the Passport 21V and the Tria V noise-canceling headsets, all of which provide HD sound from a computer or a snom desktop phone. VXi’s suite of wireless headsets are expected to be tested in the near future.
“VXi’s headsets are among the most popular units available and the company has gained considerable penetration into the contact center and business markets,” said Dr. Michael Knieling, executive vice president of Marketing and Sales for snom technology AG. “A core philosophy of snom is to achieve broad interoperability with best of breed technology and accessories partners, and this new relationship with VXi continues the tradition.”
VXi says its portfolio of corded and wireless headsets are engineered for the most demanding business environments and are designed to be worn all day long.
The interoperability of snom phones and VXi headsets gives VXi customers access to snom’s broad suite of VoIP phones, including the touchscreen snom 870 and the recently released snom 821. For snom customers and resellers, snom says the partnership provides another significant product in their arsenal of complementary products.
“The partnership with snom is a win-win for our mutual companies, our partners and customers,” said Michael Ferguson, CEO and President of VXi. “By combining VXi’s high-quality noise-canceling headset solutions with snom’s cost-effective VoIP phones, users receive superior call quality and enhanced security at an exceptional value.”